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1938-1939 

AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT 



PART "U 



ul T»» 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 



DETAILS OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 



RAPPORT DE L'AUDITEUR GENERAL 



P ARTIE "U" 



MINISTERE DES TRAVAUX PUBLICS 



DETAIL DES REVENUS ET DES DEPENSES 



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PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 



DETAILS OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 

(Statements of Revenue and Expenditure detailed herein are given in Volume I) 



MINISTERE DES TRAVAUX PUBLICS 



DETAIL DES REVENUS ET DES DEPENSES 

(Des etats de ces Revenus et de ces depenses paraissent an Volume I) 



DETAILS OF REVENUE — DETAIL DES REVENUS 



Ferry Licences — Permis de bateaux-passeurs 

Licence fees, 12 m. to April 30, 1939: — Buckingham-Cumberland, $10; Corunna, 
Stag Island-Marysville, 310, Courtright-St. Clair, 310, Cross Point-Campbellton, 
J. F. Champoux, $2,000; Fassett-St. Thomas d' Alfred, $20; Fitzroy-Onslow, $25; 
Gananoque-Clayton, $25; Joe's Point, St. Andrews-Robbinston, $5; La Passe- 
Fort Coulonge, $25; Norway Bay-Sand Point, $10; Pembroke-Allumette Island, 
$30; Point Albino-Buffalo, $50; Rockcliffe-Gatineau Point, $25; Sault Ste. Marie, 
$100; Walkerville-Detroit, $1; Walpole-Algonac, $1 2,347 00 

Licence fees, 12 m. to dates indicated: — Alfred-Montebello, April 30, 1940, $10; 
Brockville-Morristown, March 31, 1939, $1; Fort Erie-Buffalo, Jan. 31, 1940, 
$50; Morrisburg-Waddington, June 30, 1939, $25; Port Lambton-Roberts Landing, 
Dec. 31, 1939, $1; Prescott-Ogdensburg, Sept. 30, 1939, $1; Rockport-Alexandria 
Bay, June 30, 1939, $25 113 00 

$ 2,460 00 



Graving Docks — Bassins de radoub 

Quebec, Champlain Dock:— Entry fee, $200; dockage, 132 d., $33,902.50; pumping 
out dock, $5,800; coal, $91.82; light, $11.60; water, $75.75; wintering vessels, 
$2,350; damage to rolling caisson entrance gate by s.s. Afghanistan, $1,904.15... 44,335 82 

Quebec, Lome Dock:— Dockage, 68 d., $7,337.50; pumping out dock, $2,000 9,337 50 

Kingston, Ont., dry dock: — Rent, Kingston Shipbuilding Co. Ltd., 12 m. to 

April 30, 1939 6,050 00 

Selkirk, Man., repair slip: — Dockage, 28-5 d 1,115 10 

Esquimalt, B.C., dry dock:— Dockage, 127 d., $17,410; pumping out dock, $10,576; 
wharfage, $1,474.27; air ram, $122; air compressor, $2,990; crane service, $2,545; 
derrick, $100; light, $2,529.80; sand blasting machine, $150; steam boiler service, 
$220.50; spur track, $100; water, $518.82; sundries, $93 38,829 39 

$ 99,667 81 



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DETAILS OF REVENUE-Con. — DETAIL DES REVENUS-Suite 

Telegraph Lines — Reseaux telegraphiques 



Lines 


Arrears 

at 

March 31, 

1938 

Arrieres 

le 

31 mars 

1938 


Revenue — Revenus 

(excluding excise tax — 

non compris la taxe 

d'accise) 


Arrears 

at 
March 31, 
1939 


Reseaux 


For 
1938-39 

De 
1938-39 


Collected in 
1938-39 

Percus en 
1938-39 


Arrieres 

au 

31 mars 

1939 


Western Lines — Reseaux de VOuest — 

Alberta and Saskatchewan 

British Columbia, Mainland 


$ 1,796 48 

* 302 12 

1,633 59 

2,114 90 

139 15 

363 82 

55 72 

1,365 26 


$ 26,491 60 


$ 26,661 09 


$ 1,626 99 
302 12 


Vancouver Island 


46,793 80 
83,656 96 

1,810 50 

8,020 79 

2,090 75 

24,549 32 

230 80 


46,716 70 
83,892 17 

1,802 50 

8,018 35 

2,135 58 

24,812 33 

230 80 

232 61 


1,710 69 


Yukon (including Northern B.C.) 

Eastern Lines — Reseaux de VEst — 
Bay of Fundy 


1,879 69 
147 15 


Cape Breton 


366 26 




10 89 


Quebec 


1,102 25 






Killarney 




232 61 












7,771 04 


193,877 13 


194,502 13 


7,146 04 


Total collections — Total des encaissements 








194,502 13 

















* Line sold in 1929-30 — Reseau vendu en 1929-30. 

Note — Remarque.— The arrears on March 31, 1938 (17,771.04) and on March 31, 1939 ($7,146.04) in- 
clude items totalling $2,040.71 which are reported by the Department as uncollectible — Les arrieres 
s'elevant respectivement aux 31 mars 1938 et 1939 a $7,771.04 et $7,146.04 comprennent diverses sommes 
d'un total de $2,040.71 considerees irrecouvrables par le ministere. 



Casual Revenue — Revenu casuel 

Miscellaneous Revenue: — 
Rents, buildings and sites: — 

Nova Scotia: Amherst, Art School, $12; Prov. Dept. of Agriculture, $80; 
Antigonish, A. O. Philip, $25, Town of Antigonish, $336; Halifax, Bank of 
Canada, $2,335, Canadian Farm Loan Board, $900, J. L. Power, $540; North 
Sydney, M. Sullivan, $110; Shelburne, Maritime Telegraph and Telephone 
Co., $174; Springhill, Maritime Telegraph and Telephone Co., $375; Windsor, 
R. J. Hilton, $120; Wolfville, T. Wai, $40; sundry, $2 5,049 00 

New Brunswick: Dalhousie, Canadian Legion, $12; Fredericton, T. D. Titus, 
$75; Moncton, Art Society, $12; St. John, Bank of Canada, $3,170, D. F. 
Browne Estate, $12, Canadian Farm Loan Board, $420; St. Stephen, Water 
Commission, $25; sundry, $30 3,756 00 

Quebec Province: Bedford, M. J. Brouillette, $108, E. Demers, $50, J. Cote, 
$24, A. Kimmell, $60, A. Larocque, $70.33; Dundee, A. P. O'Reilly, $216; 
Father Point, S. A. Desmeules, $360; Granby, Can. National Telegraphs, 
$90; Isle Maligne, Postmaster, $48.25; Lennoxville, Barrett's Regd., $60, 
Havelock Lodge, $70; Rouyn, Prov. Dept. of Mines, $1,200; St. Georges de 
Beauce, Postmaster, $25; St. Sauveur, J. A. Haway, $300; Weedon, La 
Caisse Populaire, $120; Westmount, D. McL. Brophy, $420; sundry, $10... 3,231 58 

Montreal, Quebec: J. A. Kernan, $60; Parish of St. Edward, $255; L. Rennie, 

$300; A. Tremblay, $300; Vetcraft Industries, $800; M. Wickham, $240.... 1,955 00 

Ottawa, City: Laverdure Block 2,640 00 

Ottawa, City, sundry rents: Bank of Canada, $1,490.83; clock line service, 
Bank of Canada, $13.33, H. Birks & Sons, $13.33, Ottawa Electric Co., 
$13.33; H. J. Connors, $40; Gowling Business College, $127.50; W. I. 
Haskett, $70; J. Hiotinis, $40; J. Hope and Sons, $75; E. Imbleau, $48; 
Inspector General of Banks, $900; International Joint Commission, $3,432.12; 
Mrs. B. Mayland, $50; Ottawa Electric Railway, mileage rates, $406.24; 
sundry, $4 6,723 68 

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PUBLIC WORKS — TRAVAUX PUBLICS 



Casual Revenue-Con. — Revenu casuel-Suite 

Miscellaneous Revenue-Con. 

Rents, buildings and sites-Cowc. 

Toronto, Federal Block: A. Alcock, $230; R. P. Beaumont, $480; R. Bolk, 
$590; G. Brimstin, $1,105.20; Callow Bros., $1,980; H. Cartwright, $153; 
J. H. Crang, $300; J. Dobrovqlski, $70; H. J. Duckman. $600; R. Finnie, 
$70; E. Halm, $170; G. A. Hardy, $600; N. M. Hawley, $280; H. J. Jardine, 
$366.14; A. J. Laugher, $165; Lowe-Martin Co., $600; B. Lund. $770; 
Manson and Collins, $300; S. Naiman, $170; Dr. F. Pierce, $100; Toronto 
Youth Council, $175 

Toronto, sundry rents: Bank of Montreal, $25; Canadian Farm Loan Board, 
$3,937.50; J. M. G. Clark, $1,200; H. Edmond, $200; J. Orzechowski, $120; 
Reliable Electric Co., $120; advertising privileges, E. L. Ruddy Co., $212.50, 
Shell Oil Co., $1,200 

Ontario, Generally: Almonte, W. C. Pollock, $90; Capreol, Postmaster, $56.25; 
Cardinal, Municipality, $100, E. V. Dodge, $24; Cochrane, Canadian Legion, 
$21; Essex, A. Geddes, $72; Fort William, McColl-Frontenac Oil Co., 
$72.50; Gore Bay, Mrs. O. Fell, $120; Kingston, W. R. Davies, $300; 
Listowel, Canadian Legion, $13.50; London, Miss E. Wilson, $120; New 
Liskeard. Canadian Legion Ladies' Auxiliary, $18; Pigeon River, W. H. 
Baskerville, $96; Port Arthur, Can. National Rlys., $1,900; Port Colborne, 
D. B. Cross, $25, Wallace Cartage Co., $49.77; Port Perry, Village, $10; 
Prescott, W. H. B. Dowsley, $300; Seaforth, Canadian Legion, $12; Sioux 
Lookout, Town of Sioux Lookout, $320; Sturgeon Falls, Canadian Legion, 
$24; Walkerton, Miss V. Skelton, $120; Waterloo, Boy Scouts, $12; Weston, 
Victorian Order of Nurses, $12.50; sundry, $47.55 

Manitoba: Minnedosa, R. Harrison, $120; Morden, Boy Scouts, $24; Win- 
nipeg, Bank of Canada, $2,527, Can. National Rlys., $11,468.50; advertising 
privileges, $30 

Saskatchewan: Prince Albert, Can. National Rlys., $1,000; Regina, British- 
American Oil Co., $450; Saskatoon, Board of Grain Commissioners, $877, 
Can. Government Elevators, $655.09, Caswell's Ltd., $4,700; Star City, J. A. 
Joyce, $20; advertising privileges, $15; sundry, $5 7,722 09 

Alberta: Bonnyville, Postmaster, $10.46; Calgary, Board of Grain Commis- 
sioners, $5,511.20, Hook Signs Ltd., $100; Coutts, T. Winton, $180; Grande 
Prairie, Canadian Legion, $12; Innisfail, Dr. C. F. Dorsey, $210; Olds, Town, 
$145.95; Wainwright, G. I. Steel, $62.50; sundry, $10 6,242 11 

British Columbia: Barkerville, Postmaster, $125; Bella Coola, Postmaster, 
$125; Chilliwack, W. H. Kipp, $300; Esquimalt, E. Game, $180, J. M. King, 
$40, J. Knowles, $180, E. Tink, $180; Grand Forks, City, $300; Kamloops, 
Public Library, $150; Vancouver, Home Oil Distributors, $400, National 
Harbours Board, $180, Prov. Resident Mining Engineer, $900; Victoria, 
R. Hall and Sons, $18; sundry, $5 3,083 00 

Rents, Engineering Properties: — 

Nova Scotia: Sheet Harbour, Halifax Power and Pulp Co., $375; "sundry, $2. . 377 00 

Prince Edward Island: Bonshaw, Capt. L. T. Beaton 5 00 

New Brunswick: Edmundston Bridge, privileges, pipe line, Fraser Co.'s 

Ltd., $500; sundry, $1 501 00 

Quebec Province: Black River, Pembroke Electric Light Co., $25; Fryer's 
Island, E. G. M. Cape & Co., $154, W. J. Manning, $14.65; He Caron, Brown 
Corp'n., $300; Isle St. Christophe, Consolidated Paper Corp'n Ltd., $200; 
Lauzon Dry Dock, Davie Shipbuilding & Repairing Co. Ltd., $437, Morton 
Engineering & Dry Dock Co. Ltd., $750; Levis, C. E. Belzil, $400; Little 
Chaudiere, T. Ahearn, $25; St. Roch Nord, Anglo-Canadian Pulp & Paper 

Mills Ltd., $4,225; sundry, $12 6,542 65 

Ottawa, Chuadiere Falls: J. R. Booth Ltd., land at Union Bridge, $40.20, 
part reserve, $546, water lots, $900; Bronson Co., bridge over slide, $10, part 
reserve, $250; Ottawa Electric Co., part reserve, $5, water lots, $1,220; 
Ottawa Electric Railway Co., part reserve, $200; slides, $1, water lots, $400. . 3,572 20 

Ontario: Burlington Beach, United Fuel Investments, $20; Hawkesbury, Bell 
Telephone Co. of Canada, $65.20; Kensington Point, Prov. Dept. of Northern 
Development, $10; Kingston, Bell Telephone Co., $56; Latchford, A. B. 
Gordon and Co., $10; Toronto, W. W. Anderson, $75, A. R. Whitten, $75; 

sundry, $14 325 20 

Manitoba: Red River, Nelson Construction Ltd., $80; sundry, $5 85 00 

Saskatchewan: Last Mountain Lake, hay permits 506 00 

British Columbia: Esquimalt old Dry Dock, Yarrows Ltd., $100; Rock Bay, 
Lemon-Gonnason Co. Ltd., $12.50; Williams Head, pipe line, $343.37; 
sundry, $2 457 87 



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DETAILS OF REVENUE-Con. — DETAIL DES REVENUS-Smte 



Casual Revenue-Con. — Revenu casuel-Suite 

Miscellaneous Revenue-Cone. 
Rents, Telegraph Branch: buildings, Alert Bay, B.C., North West Telephone Co., 

$150; pole rental, Alberta, $52 202 00 

Rents, equipment, etc.: Dept. of Transport, arrears due on C.G.S. Lady Grey, 
May, 1931, $200, C.G.S. Saurel, April and May, 1931, $400; National Harbours 
Board, dump scows, $1,715; pile driving equipment, $222; pontoons, etc., 

$600; vibro-spade, etc., $251.93 3,388 93 

Commissions from telephones in public buildings: Maritime Provinces, $48.55; 
Ontario and Quebec, $2,650.97; Manitoba, $51.20; Saskatchewan, $94.72; 

Alberta, $67.33; British Columbia, $256.15 3,168 92 

93,929 Ik 
Proceeds from Sales: — 
Sundry sales: — 

Old buildings: Quebec, $913.25; Ontario, $2,193.50; Saskatchewan, $45; British 

Columbia, $91 3,242 75 

Real Estate (authorized by Order in Council) : Nova Scotia, Port Hawkesbury, 
Nova Scotia Power Commission, $55.80; Ontario, Huntsville, Prov. Govern- 
ment, $800, Latchford, Prov. Dept. of Lands and Forests, $100, Little 
Current, C. L. D. Sims, $47.50, Port Stanley, Prov. Dept. of Highways, $50, 

Whitby, Town, $1; British Columbia, Atnarko, E. G. Robson, $125 1,179 30 

Sale of abandoned government telegraph line and related real estate between 

Athabasca and Bald Hill, Alta., Sawdy Mutual Telephone Co. Ltd 5 00 

Water craft: dredge No. 121, Marine Industries Ltd., $2,200; sundry craft, $88 2,288 00 

Sundry surplus materials: boilers, etc., $157; cable, $250; cement, etc., $41.80; 

coke and coal, $361.43; furniture, $306.25; iron stairs, etc., $400.75; 

machinery, $1,007; office equipment, $3,018.42; pontoons, etc., $175.50; P.O. 

boxes, $317.50; publications, $11.33; scrap iron, etc., $1,511.10; timber, etc., 

$267.65; waste paper, $4.87; sundry materials, $1,185.55 9,016 15 

Blue prints, photographic work, etc 15,785 66 

31,516 86 

Sundry Receipts: — Conscience money 25 00 

Refunds of Expenditure: — 

Salaries: W. J. Carmichael, $6.63; L. Champoux, $37.50; W. P. Daly, $4.85; 
J. G. Fournier, $24.30; H. R. Fraser, $50; R. Goldman, $5.75; A. Johnston, 
$70; E. Le Bourdais, $1.61; A. N. Lumsden, $50; J. McAllister, $15; H. 
McMillan, $332.50; R. H. Milne, $4.84; A. Morrison, $9.68; A. T. Scott, 

$39.72; Mrs. R. Severson, $3; C. Woods, $4.25 659 63 

Public Buildings Generally: Experimental Farms, Quebec, $4.65; Flags, $4.59; 

post office equipment, $83.75 92 99 

Public Buildings and Grounds, Ottawa: Char service, 72c; repairs, R. L. Black- 
burn, $158.40, Vimy Realty Co., $3.40 162 52 

Dominion Buildings Maintenance: Maritime Provinces, Nova Scotia Light and 
Power Co., $49.50, sundry, $14; Quebec, McGill University, $203.68, National 
Harbours Board, $429.62, sundry, $221.75; Ontario, sundry accounts, $610.04; 
Alberta, D. Taylor, $14.19; British Columbia, Dept. of National Defence, 

$28.40, National Harbours Board, $4.50 1,575 68 

National Gallery: sundries 16 65 

Harbours and Rivers: Nova Scotia, Minas Basin Pulp and Power Co., $750, 
creosoted materials used at various works, $2,150.05, sundry, $10; New 
Brunswick, $10; Ontario, Patersons Steamships Ltd., $167.04; British Colum- 
bia, Can. Pacific Rly. Co., $150 3,237 09 

Dredging, Ontario and Quebec: Prov. Government of Ontario, $121.63; Southern 

Working Ltd., $125.58; sundry, $89.67 336 88 

Roads and Bridges: Matapedia Bridge, Prov. Government of Quebec, $5,009.35, 
Prov. Government of New Brunswick, $5,009.35; Perley Bridge, Prov. Govern- 
ment of Ontario, $1,326.61 11,345 31 

Telegraph and Telephone Lines: Lower St. Lawrence and Maritime Provinces, 

$161.55; Yukon Line, $100; sundries, $11 272 55 

Surveys and Inspections: Quebec, $2.56; New Westminster, $6 8 56 

Unemployment and Agricultural Assistance Act, 1937: — 

Public Buildings: Ontario, Oakville, $54.40; Ottawa, Dept. of Mines and 

Resources, $30.36, Federal District Commission, $1,676.44 1,761 20 

Harbours and Rivers: Nova Scotia, materials transferred to various works, 
$1,129.18; Ontario, Hamilton Harbour Commission, $2,356.44; Generally, 
Chicago, Duluth and Georgian Bay Transit Co., $58.53 3,544 15 



Part U— 6 



PUBLIC WORKS — TRAVAUX PUBLICS 



Casual Revenue-Cone. — Revenu casuel-Fin 

Refunds of Expenditure-Cone. 

Sundry: refund of tax on gasoline and fuel oil used on various works, Quebec, 
$12.06, Ontario, $6.69, Manitoba, $6.26, British Columbia, $28.57; refund for 
wood taken from Magdalen Islands, $1; unused portion of railway tickets, 
$3.55 



58 13 
23,071 34 

$ 148,542 34 



Fines and Forfeitures — Amendes et confiscations 



Forfeitures: — H. J. 
Robillard Ltd., $< 



Dodds, $12.37; Miramichi Dredging Co. 
); Ryan Construction Co. Ltd., $20 



Ltd., $3,150; J. A. 



$ 3,272 37 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE — DETAIL DES DEPENSES 



(A summary of this expenditure by votes, appears on pxges U — 130 — 133 
Un sommaire de ces depenses par credit, parait pages U — 130 — 133) 



Salaries at Ottawa 



Under Statute — Statutaire — Mi- 
nister's Salary and Motor Car 
Allowance — Traitement du Mi- 
nistre et allocation pour automo- 
bile 

Hon. J. P. A. Cardin 



Vote — Credit 274 — Departmental 
Administration — Administration 

Deputy Minister — Sous-ministre — 
J. B. Hunter 

Assistant Deputy Minister — Sous- 
ministre adjoint — 
N. Desjardins 



Permanent Employees 
Personnel permanent 

Belanger, A., photographer 

Belliveau, E. M., sten., gr. 3 

Bouchard, A., process printer, Apr. 1 to 

Mar. 24 at $1,440 (retired) 

Boucher, W. O., elk., gr. 3 

Broderick J. B., elk., gr. 2 

Broom, W.H., elk., gr. 4, 6m. at $1,740, 

6 m. at $1,800 

Burton, D. A., sten., gr. 2 

Campbell, E. C, elk., gr. 1, 6 m. at 

$720, 6 m. at $780 



Amount 



$ 12,000 00 



9,999 96 
5,220 00 



1,800 00 
1,620 00 

1,412 90 
1,620 00 
1,380 00 

1,770 00 
1,380 00 

750 00 



Traitements a Ottawa 



Cantin, J. A., estimate draftsman. . . 
Charbonneau, W. Z., confidential 

messenger 

Charette, L., elk., gr. 3 

Cherryholme, T., messenger 

Crerar, A. J., depth solicitor, 3 m. at 

$3,780, 9 m. at $3,960 

Cross, H. A., prin. elk 

Davies, D., elk., gr. 3 

Dawson, H. F. G., depth purchasing 

agt., gr. 3 

Day, A. E., chief photographer 

Deruchie, J. H., prin. elk 

Dibkin, L., elk., gr. 2 

Dowling, I., prin. elk 

Drouin, J. A., asst. secy 

Durant, M. O., elk., gr. 4 

Ellis, R. I., typist, gr. 1, 3 m. to June 

30 at $780 (see also Chief Architect's 

Branch) 

Farrington, T., elk., gr. 4, 3 m. at 

$1,620, 9 m. at $1,680 

Finn, E., elk., gr. 1 

Foster, B. H., elk., gr. 4 

Fournier, E., private secy., 11 m. to 

Feb. 28 at $4,080 

Gorman, P. A., elk., gr. 3 

Gosselin, W., process printing foreman. 
Greene, W. R., elk., gr. 3, 6 m. at 

$1,380, 6 m. at $1,440 

Guilmont, A., sten., gr. 2 

Harrell, W. P., deptl. purchasing agt., 

gr. 5, 9 m. at $4,080, 3 m. at $4,260. . . 
Harrell, W. P., private secy's allowance 



Montant 



$ 2,400 00 

1,320 00 
1,500 00 
1,200 00 

3,915 00 
2,040 00 
1,500 00 

3,420 00 
2,580 00 
2,400 00 
1,380 00 
1,920 00 
3,360 00 
1,920 00 



195 00 

1,665 00 

780 00 

1,860 00 

3,740 00 
1,620 00 
1,800 00 

1,410 00 
1,380 00 

4,125 00 
600 00 



Note: Unless otherwise stated, all Salaries are for the 12-month period ended March 31, 1939. 
Rimarque : Sauf indication contraire, tous les traitements sont donnes pour la periode des 12 mois terminea 
le 31 mars 1939. 



Part U— 7 
DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE-CW — DETAIL DES DEPENSES-Smte 



Salaries at Ottawa 



Vote— Credit 274 — Departmental 
Administration-Cone. — Adminis- 
tration-Fin 

Permanent Employees — Cone. 
Personnel permanent — Fin 

Hart, B. F., head elk 

Hebert, B., typist, gr. 2 

Hill, T. G., head elk., 9 m. at $2,640, 

3 m. at $2,760 

Johnson, A. E., elk., gr. 4 

Johnson, Z. E., sten., gr. 1, 9 m. at $780, 

gr. 2, 3 m. at $1,080 

Kavanagh, M. B., typist, gr. 3 

Lacasse, J. P., elk., gr. 3 

La Chapelle, B., photostat opr 

Laframboise, A., photostat opr., Apr. 1 

to Nov. 17 at $1,380 (retired) 

Lanthier, B. R., sten., gr. 2 

Law, K. M., typist, gr. 2 

Lefort, C, secy, to executive 

Legault, O., elk., gr. 3 

Leveque, E. T., elk., gr. 3 

L'Heureux, R., elk., gr. 1, Apr. 1 to 18 

at $1,020, gr. 2, Apr. 19 to Mar. 31 at 

$1,080 

Liston, D. J., elk., gr. 3 

MacDonald, M. A., sten., gr. 3 

Mackay, L. J., head elk 

MacMartin, G. C., elk., gr. 2, 6 m. at 

$1,080, 6 m. at $1,140 

Maser, H. L., elk., gr. 3 

Mclntyre, E., chief elk 

Miller, J. A., sr. law sten 

Narraway, C. A., chief elk 

O'Brien, W. E., elk., of estimates 

O'Halloran, J. M., elk., gr. 4 

Parkes, L. A., sten., gr. 2, 9 m. at $1,140, 

3 m. at $1,200 

Pinard, C, depth acct., gr. 2, 6 m. at 

$2,460, 6 m. at $2,580 

Plunkett, F., head elk 

Poulet, P. E., typist, gr. 2 

Rivard, A. A., elk., of tenders 

Rodger, H. T., tvpist, gr. 1, 3 m. at 

$720, 9 m. at $780 

Rutherford, P., elk., gr. 1 

St. Denis, N., elk., gr. 4 

Sarault, L., elk., gr. 3 

Sauriol, R. A., prin. elk., 12 m. at 

$2,400, less 69 d 

Savoy, L. K., elk., gr. 4 

Scrim, W. H., sr. messenger 

Somerville, J. M., secy., 9 m. at $4,500, 

3 m. at $4,620 

Stewart, G. A., typist, gr. 2 

Stewart, M. M., prin. elk 

Taillefer, V. A., elk., gr. 3 



Temporary Employees 
Personnel temporaire 

Clerks, Typists and Stenographers, unless 
otherwise specified — Commis aux ecri- 
tures, stenos et dactylos, sauf indication 
contraire. Gr. l—$720, Gr. 2— $1,080. 

Belanger, B., gr. 1, Dec. 19 to Mar. 31. . 
Boucher, J. C., gr. 2, Sept. 16 to Mar. 31 
Bourbeau, J. L., process printer, Dec. 8 
to Mar. 31 at $1,080 



Amount 



2,760 00 
1,380 00 

2,670 00 
1,920 00 

855 00 
1,620 00 
1,620 00 
1,380 00 

870 17 
1,200 00 
1,380 00 
2, 100 00 
1,500 00 
1,620 00 



1,077 00 
1,380 00 
1,620 00 
2,760 00 

1,110 00 
1,380 00 
3,120 00 
1,680 00 
3,720 00 
4,140 00 
1,920 00 

1,155 00 

2,520 00 
3,000 00 
1,140 00 
3,300 00 

765 00 
1,020 00 
2,100 00 
2,400 00 

1,952 48 
1,740 00 
1,380 00 

4,530 00 
1,380 00 
2,400 00 
1,680 00 



205 16 

585 00 



339 68 



Traitements a Ottawa 



Carruthers, M. M., gr. 1, Mar. 17, noon, 

to 18 

Chartrand, J., gr. 2 

Cordes, A. L., gr. 1, Mar. 27, noon, to 31 

Glaude, M. H. R., gr. 1 

Gorman, A. A., gr. 1, Nov. 17, noon, to 

Jan. 11 

Guibord, A., gr. 1, Jan. 12 to Mar. 31. . 
Hogan, F. E., gr. 1, May 3, noon, to 

July 3, noon 

Johnson, A., office bov, 3 m. at $420, 6 

m. at $450, 3 m. at $480 

Jolicoeur, L., gr. 1, Sept. 24 to Mar. 31. . 
Kiggins, M. H. A., typist, gr. 1, Mar. 

15 to 31 

Lanigan, G. F., gr. 1, Apr. 1 to Jan. 20, 

noon (deceased) 

Lyons, T. V., office boy, Feb. 1, noon, 

to Mar. 31 at $420 

Marsh, N. E., gr. 1, Apr. 1 to June 30, 

noon 

McKenna, L. R., photostat opr., June 

20 to Mar. 31 at $1,080 

Quinney, I. C., gr. 1,3 m. to June 30. . . 

Ross, G. E., gr. 1, Apr. 1 to June 21 

Smith, C. G., asst.-photographer 

Tate, A. L., gr. 1 

Turgeon, L., photostat opr., 3 m. to 

June 30 at $1,080 



CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH 

DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN 

CHEF 

Vote— Credit 275— Branch Ad- 
ministration — Administration 

Permanent Employees 
Personnel permanent 

Anderson, A. D., sr. construction ar- 
chitect, 6 m. at $3,000, 6 m. at $3,180 

Ball, F. M., sten., gr. 1 

Berton, V. F. R., asst. architect, 12 m. 
at $2,700, less 29| d 

Boucher, C. S., chief of leases 

Brault, J. C. G., asst. chief architect. . 

Cardill, H. M., elk., gr. 3 

Chalmers, W. C., sr. asst. architect, 
3 m. at $2,880, 9 m. at $3,000 

Charron, J. L. A., elk., gr. 2 

Colquhoun, G. A., sten., gr. 3 

Corbeil, L. E., asst. architect, 3 m. at 
$2,340, 9 m. at $2,460 

Croskery, B. M., sten., gr. 1, 6 m. at 
$720, 6 m. at $780 _ 

Davidson, W., asst. architect 

Davis, A. S., sr. asst. architect 

Doherty, V. M., sten., gr. 3 

Donnell, R., asst. carilloneur, 9 m. at 
$1,920, 3 m. at $2,040 

Dugas, M. M., sten., gr. 2 

Ellis, R. I., typist, gr. 2, 9 m. to Mar. 31 
at $1,080 (see also Departmental 

' Administration) 

Emond, J. C., jr. architect, 3 m. at 

' $2,040, asst. architect, 9 m. at $2,220. 

Fawcett, W. L., asst. architect 

Ferguson, J. A., architect, fittings. . . . 

French, M. L., sten., gr. 3 

Gagnon, J. B. P., elk., gr. 2 



Montant 



164 



2 90 
,080 00 

8 71 
720 00 

108 29 
158 71 

120 00 

450 00 
374 00 

32 90 

577 74 

69 37 

179 00 

843 00 

180 00 
162 00 

,080 00 
720 00 

270 00 

,493 97 



3,090 00 
960 00 


2,485 89 
3,000 00 
4,920 00 
1,620 00 


2,970 00 
1,380 00 
1,500 00 


2,430 00 


750 00 
2,220 00 
3,000 00 
1,380 00 


1,950 00 
1,080 00 



810 00 

2,175 00 
2,220 00 
3,300 00 
1,500 00 
1,080 00 



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Salaries at Ottawa 



CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH— Con. 

DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN 

CHEF-Suite 

Vote — Credit 275 — Branch Ad- 
ministration - Cone. — Administra- 
tion-Fin 

Permanent Employees — Cone. 
Personnel permanent — Fin 

Goldman, R., sten., gr. 3, 12 m. at 

$1,380, less 75 d 

Graham, C. H., jr. architect 

Grant, J. R., sr. quantity surveyor. . . . 

Guilmette, B. S. M., typist, gr. 2 

Hamel, F. O., super,, eng. of heating, 

electricity, or steel construction 

Hearnden, A., prin. elk 

Heisler,, J. A., chief elk 

Hewitt, D. A., appraisal architect, 

Apr. 1 to Oct. 22 at $2,820 (retired). . 
Hickey, W. J., super eng. of heating, 

electricity or steel construction, 3 m. 

at $3,420, 9 m. at $3,600 

Huber, W., super architect 

Hunter, D. H., sr. asst. architect 

Keefer, A., sr. construction architect. . 

Kenny, T. W., sten., gr. 2 

Kent, H. P.,clk.,gr.4 

Kingsley, A. G. A., elk., gr. 1 

Lavoie, J. T. E., asst. structural eng.. . 

Lefort, P. A., sr. asst. architect 

Legg, H. G., sr. asst. eng 

McGee, M. C., sten., gr. 2 

McLean, B. P., elk., gr. 4 

McLean, J. W. L., chief elk 

Merrill, H. W., construction architect. 

Mitchell, A. C, sten., gr. 2 

Moore, H., elk., of works, gr. 2 

O'Connor, M. E., sten., gr. 2, 6 m. at 

$1,200, 6 m. at $1,260 

Owen, J., sr. construction architect. . . . 
Paynter, H. A., elk., gr. 4, 3m. at $1,860, 

9 m. at $1,920 

Pelletier, J. A. H., structural eng 

Pennock, E. E., elk., gr. 3 

Price, F. P., carillonneur 

Rankin, T. D., sr. super, architect . . . 
Reid, G. B., elk., gr. 4, Apr. 1 to Dec. 

9 at $1,920 (retired) 

Reynolds, A. W., asst. architect 

Richard, J. A., elk., gr. 2 

Robinson, W. L., sr. messenger 

Ross, F. W., elk. of works, gr. 4 

Rouleau, R. J. P., prin. elk., 6 m. at 

$2,160, 6 m. at $2,280 

Schryburt, J. M., elk., gr. 3, 3 m. at 

$1,380, 9 n. at $1,440 

Scott, A., electrical eng 

Scrim, W. J., prin. elk., 3 m. at $2,040, 

9 m. at $2,160 

Scully, G. M., sten., gr. 1 

Smith, W. L., sr. asst. architect, 9 m. 

at $2,760, 3 m. at $2,880 

Steele, R., asst. architect 

Sutherland, C. D., chief architect 

Temple, E. E., super, architect, 9 m. 

at $3,600, 3 m. at $3,780 

Thompson, J. W. D., asst. architect. . . 

Thompson, L. M., sten., gr. 2 

Watts, C. T., jr. architect 

Wilkinson, T. C, elk., gr. 2 



Amount 



1,096 33 


2, 160 00 


2,520 00 


1,380 00 


3,960 00 


2,160 00 


3,360 00 


1,576 77 


3,555 00 


3,600 00 


3,000 00 


3,480 00 


1,380 00 


1,920 00 


720 00 


2,700 00 


3,120 00 


3,300 00 


1,380 00 


1,920 00 


3,360 00 


2,760 00 


1,320 00 


1,980 00 


1,230 00 


3,180 00 


1,905 00 


3,360 00 


1,500 00 


3,720 00 


4,740 00 


1,326 45 


2,700 00 


1,299 96 


1,260 00 


2,880 00 


2,220 00 


1,425 00 


3,000 00 


2,130 00 


780 00 


2,790 00 


2,700 00 


6,499 92 


3,645 00 


2,700 00 


1,380 00 


2,160 00 


1,200 00 



Traitements a Ottawa 



Williams, D., sr. construction architect 

Williamson, D. A., super, eng. of heating, 
electricity, or steel construction. 

Wood, S. J., mech. eng., heating, ven- 
tilation, sanitation 

Woods, C, messenger, 12 m. at $1,020, 
less 68 d 

Wright, A. B., sr. asst. architect, 9 m 
at $2,760, 3 m. at $2,880 

Wright, G., asst. mech. eng 



Temporary Employees 
Personnel temporaire 

Bangs, T. J., office boy, Mar. 28 to 31 

at $420 

Bedard, A. C, mech. draftsman 

Belisle, M. A., sten., gr. 1 . . . '. 

Cordes, A. L., office boy, Apr. 1 to Mar 

27, noon, at $480 

Lockary, L. J., structural eng., Sept,. 

12 to Mar. 31 at $2,820 

Merritt, M. E., sten., gr. 1, Apr. 1 to 

June 14 at $720 

Olmstead, E. A., elk., gr. 1, May 26 to 

Mar. 31 at $720 

Ranstead, V. I., sten., gr. 1, Apr. 1 

noon, to May 31 at $720 

Sterling, J., electrical eng., Apr. 19 to 

Mar. 31 at $2,760 

Swerdfager, C. K., architectural drafts 

man 



Vote— Credit 27fr— Ottawa: Main 
tenance and Operation of 
Dominion Public Buildings and 
Grounds —Ottawa — Entretien 
et service des edifices et terrains 
fCderaux 

Permanent Employees 
Personnel permanent 

Browne, G. L., storekeeper, 3 m. at 

$2,400, 9 m. at $2,520, less % d 

Christianson, B. C, sten., gr. 1, Nov 

18 to Mar. 31 at $720 

Cosgrove, W. T., elk., gr. 3 

Cuthbertson, C. H., gardener, 3 m. at 

$1,080, 9 m. at $1,140 

Dudley, G. H., elk., gr. 3 

Dudley, W., elk., gr. 3 

Dunn, R. M., elk., gr. 4 

Ferguson, T. B., elk., gr. 2, 6 m. at 

$1,080, 6 m. at $1,140 

Gallagher, J. B., elk., gr. 3 

Ginsberg, J., sten., gr. 1, 3 m. at $720, 

gr. 2, 9 m. at $1,080 

Hudon, A., cik. of works, gr. 3 

Hurley, E. G. W., elk., gr. 2, 12 m. at 

$1,380, less 13| d 

LaBeree, W. E., elk., gr. 4, 6 m. at 

$1,740, 6 m. at $1,800 

Latour, F. P., elk., gr. 4, 6 m. at $1,620, 

6 m. at $1,680 

Laverie, D., elk. of works, gr. 4 

Lovekin, H. E., elk., gr. 3 

Mason, A. G., elk., gr. 2 

McWade, A., prin. elk., 6 m. at $2,160, 

6 m. at $2,280 



Montant 



% 


3,000 00 




3,780 00 




2,940 00 




830 17 




2,790 00 
2,340 00 



4 52 

1,500 00 

720 00 

474 19 

1,558 83 

148 00 

611 61 

119 00 

2,622 00 

1,500 00 
190,198 64 



2,486 25 

266 00 
1,620 00 

1,125 00 
1,620 00 
1,680 00 
1,920 00 

1,110 00 
1,680 00 

990 00 
2,520 00 

1,329 03 

1,770 00 

1,650 00 
2.880 00 
1,380 00 
1,380 00 

2,220 00 



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Salaries at Ottawa 



CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH— Cone. 

DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN 

CHEF— Fin 

Vote — Credit 276— Ottawa: Main- 
tenance and Operation of 
Dominion Public Buildings and 
Grounds-Cone.— Ottawa— Entre- 
tien et service des edifices et ter- 
rains fMeraux-Fin 

Permaxext Employees — Cone. 
Persoxxel permaxext — Fin 



Piatt, C. D., messenger 

Piatt, E. A., asst. supt. of Government 

bldgs., 9 m. at $3,300, 3 m. at $3,420 
Ready, R. C, sten., gr. 2, 6 m. at 

$1,080, 6 m. at $1,140 

Relyea, J. D., asst. mech. eng 

Thorburn, D. L., elk. of works, gr. 3. . 
Wiley, W., supt. of Government bldgs 
Wilson, F. H., mech. eng., heating, 

ventilation, and sanitation, 12 m. at 

$2,940*, less3i d 



Amount 



Temporary Employees 
Persoxxel temporaire 

Evcy, W. L., boiler insp. and asst 

mach., 12 m. at $1,620, less Id 

Stewart, W., messenger 

Thomson, J. H., messenger 



CHIEF ENGINEERS BRANCH 

DIVISION DE LTNGfiNIEUR EN 

CHEF 

Vote — Credit 298— Branch Ad- 
ministration — Administration 

Permanent Employees 
Persoxxel permaxext 

Anderson, A. A., eng., gr. 1, 11 m., gr. 

2, lm 

Ball, C. W., tester of bldg. materials. . 

Bance, H., chief elk 

BpJanger, M. L., elk., gr. 4 

Blais, B., clk.,gr. 4 

Blais, R., eng., gr. 2, 6 m. at $3,720, 6 m. 

at $3,900 

Brousseau, E. J., prin. draftsman, 6 m. 

at $2,220, 6 m. at $2,340 

Brown, G. M., eng. gr. 1 

Burrows, W. W., prin. elk., 9 m. at 

$2,040, 3 m. at $2, 160 

Cameron, K. M., chief eng 

Coughlin, H. P., elk., gr. 3 

Chapleau, S. J., superintending eng., 

9 m. to Dec. 31 at $4,740 (retired).... 

Corriveau, R. de B., asst. chief eng 

Davy, H. M. f eng., gr. 1 

Denis, L. V., eng., gr. 1, 3 m. at $3,360, 

9 m. at S3.480 

Dunne, H. J., asst. eng 

Edwards, E., sten., gr. 2 

Evans, J. E., elk., gr. 4 

Farrell, W. K., elk., gr. 2, 6 m. at 

$1,080, 6 m. at $1,140 



1,020 00 
3,330 00 



110 00 
340 00 
520 00 
960 00 



2,912 78 



1,615 65 

1,299 96 

1,200 00 

50,934 67 



3,360 00 
2,160 00 
3,720 00 
1,920 00 
1,920 00 

3,810 00 

2,280 00 
3,120 00 

2,070 00 
9,000 00 
1,620 00 

3,555 00 
5,400 00 
3,720 00 

3,450 00 
2,700 00 
1,140 00 
1,920 00 

1,110 00 



Traitements a Ottawa 



Fortev, A. L. draftsman, 6 m. at $1,560 

6 m. at SI, 620 

Fortier, M. H., sten., gr. 2 

Gates. J. H., depth acct., gr. 1 

Genest, C, sr. draftsman 

Girard, G., lab. asst 

Girard, W. D., prin. draftsman 

Goodspeed, F. G., superintending eng. 

6 m. at $4,740, 6 m. at $4,980 

Grant, J. H., elk., gr. 4 

Huot, J. E., depth acct., gr. 4, 6 m. at 

$3,360, 6 m. at $3,480 

Jette, M. A., sten., gr. 3, 9 m. at $1,440, 

3 m. at $1,500 

Keenahan, E. M., messenger, Apr. 1 to 

Dec. 15, noon, at $1,020, less 2\ d. 

(resigned) 

Kelly, C. D., elk., gr. 4, 6 m. at $1,860, 

6 m. at $1,920 

Lacourciere, H. C. J., elk., gr. 3 

Laframboise, M., prin. elk., 3 m. at 

$2,040, 9 m. at $2,160 

Lan^lois, C, elk., gr. 4 

Lapalme, E., sten., gr. 2, 3 m. at S1.080, 

9 m. at $1,140 

Lapointe, R. J., elk., gr. 4, 3 m. at 

$1,680, 9 m. at 81.740 

Light, A. K., chemist 

Lucas, J. W., asst. eng 

Marion, J. B., asst. tester of bldg. ma- 
terials 

Martin, G. E., eng., gr. 2, 9 m. at $3,900, 

superintending eng., 3 m. at $4,500 

Matheson, G. S., sr. draftsman 

McElrov, J. H., elk., gr. 4, 3 m. a 

$1,680, 9 m. at $1,740 

Menard, C. A., eng., gr. 2, 9 m. a 

$3,720, 3 m. at $3,900 

Milne, W. C, asst., chemist, 12 m. at 

$2,700, less 14 d 

Mineau, A. T., depth acct., gr. 2. . . . 

Moore, W. J., jr. eng 

Xutting, H. H., engineering elk 

Officer, R., sten., gr. 2 

O'Grady, K. M., sten., gr. 3, 3 m. at 

S1.440, 9 m. at $1,500 

O'Meara, A. P., asst. eng 

Ouelette, L. J. A., elk., gr. 3 

Pilgrim, F. L., tester of bldg. ma 

terials, gr. 2 

Ridgway, J. H., chief draftsman, 6 m 

at $2,7C0, 6 m. at $2,880 

Roberge, L. J., lab. helper, 6 m. at $7S0 

6 m. at $840 

Rouleau, L., sr. draftsman, 6 m. at 

$1,800, 6 m. at $1,920 

Rous, R. C, head elk 

Sabourin, A. G., superintending eng., 

6 m. at $4,740, 6 in. at $4,980 

Scharfe, A. E., elk., gr. 4 

Skelton, T., sr. draftsman 

Slinn, L. A., elk., gr. 3, 3 m. at S1.380, 

9 m. at $1,440 

Smith, A. E., elk., gr. 4 

Smith, F. G., superintending office eng. 
Taschereau, M. W., elk., gr. 1, 3 m. at 

$720, 9 m. at $780.. 

Thomson, C. W., sr. engineering elk.. . . 

Tobin, J. R., elk., gr. 3 

Viens, E., supervisor of bldg. materials 

lab 

Villeneuve, L. L. O., elk., gr. 3, 3 m. at 

$1,380, 9 m. at $1,440 

Walmsley, F. T., elk., gr. 4 



Montant 



1,590 00 
1,320 00 
2,040 OP 
2,160 00 
1,200 
2,220 0. 

4,860 00 
1,920 00 

3,420 00 

1,455 00 



712 77 

1,890 00 
1,440 00 

2,130 00 

1 , 740 00 

1,125 00 

1,725 00 
3,300 00 
2,220 00 

1,740 00 

4.050 00 
2,160 00 

1,725 00 

3,765 00 

2,598 39 
2,580 00 
2, 160 00 
1,800 00 
1,200 00 

1,485 00 
2,580 00 
1,500 00 

2,160 00 

2,820 00 

810 00 

1,860 00 
2,520 00 

4,860 00 
1,920 00 
1,800 00 

1,425 00 

1,620 00 
3,660 00 

765 00 
1,800 00 
1,680 00 

4,020 00 

1,425 00 
1,680 00 



Part U— 10 



PUBLIC WORKS — TRAVAUX PUBLICS 



Salaries at Ottawa 


Amount 


Traitements a Ottawa 


Montant 


CHIEF ENGINEER'S BRANCH— Cone. 
DIVISION DE L'INGENIEUR EN 


$ 1,110 00 

67 35 

75 '65 

1,200 00 

312 50 

720 00 

1,080 00 

111 00 

109 00 

1,028 23 

120 00 

450 00 

131 61 

169,126 50 

3,300 00 

1,395 00 

3,527 10 

1,800 00 

10,022 10 

1,500 00 

3,000 00 
1,380 00 


McDonald, A., asst. general supt. of 
telegraph service 


$ 3,600 00 


CHEF— fin 


Orr, T. E., prin. elk., 6 m. at $2,160, 
6 m. at $2,280 


2,220 00 


Vote — Credit 298— Branch Ad- 
ministration-Cone— Administra- 
tion-Fin 

Temporary Employees 


Riendeau, E. V. M., elk., gr. 2 

Ruddy, K., elk., gr. 3 

Sims, F. G., general supt. telegraph 

service 

Watterson, F. G., elk., gr. 4 


1,200 00 
1,620 00 

4,920 00 
1,920 00 


Personnel temporaire 

Clerks, Typists and Stenographers, unless 
otherwise specified — Commis aux ecri- 
tures, stenos et dactylos, sauf indication 
contraire. Gr. l—$720, Gr. 2— $1,080. 

Brown, G. T., elk., gr. 3, Apr. 1 to 

Nov. 12 at SI, 800 (retired) 

Doxsee, D. M., gr. 1, May 6, noon, to 

June 9 

Friend, G. J. T., office boy, Jan. 27 to 

Mar. 31 at $420 


Temporary Employee 
Personnel temporaire 

Seely, E. I., sten., gr. 1 . . . . ... 


720 00 


GENERALLY - GENERALITIES 

Vote— Credit 336— National Gal- 
lery of Canada — Galerie nationale 
du Canada 

Permanent Employees 
Personnel permanent 

Baker, D. H., elk., gr. 3, $1,440, over- 
time, $135 


22,080 00 


Kidd, C. B., draftsman, June 13 to 
Mar. 31 at $1,500 




Larock, E. P., draftsman, Apr. 1 to 
June 15 at $1,500 




Martin, F. G., gr. 1 




McLeod, B. A., gr. 2 




Mercier, H. A., gr. 2, Apr. 30 to June 6. . 
Mulhall, E. K., gr. 1, Apr. 12, noon, to 

June 6 

Morris, S., draftsman, July 25 to Mar. 

31 at $1,500. 


1,575 00 


Rocque, M. G., gr. 1, Apr. 12, noon, to 


Booth, A. C, elk., gr. 3 


1,620 00 




5,700 00 


Boy, H. E., office boy, 3 m. at $420, 6 
m. at $450, 3 m. at $480 


Fenwick, K. M., custodian of prints. . . 
Harbour, F. P., museum asst. 


1,920 00 
1,680 00 


Webster, W. V., gr. 1, Jan. 26 to Mar. 31 


Harbour, G. J., chief mechanic, Na- 
tional Gallery workshop 


2,520 00 




Ingall, G. L., elk., gr. 4 


1,680 00 


Vote— Credit 300— Dredging: Gen- 
eral Superintendence — Dragage: 
surveillance generate 


MciOuriry, H. O., asst. directorand secy. 
Page, J. A., sr. museum asst 


4,500 00 
1,800 00 


Schnobb, V. A. P., museum asst 

Walker, H., museum asst 


1,620 00 
1,680 00 






1,320 00 


Personnel permanent 
Carwardine, B., mech. eng 


Temporary Employees 
Personnel temporaire 

Dodds, H. J., office boy, Apr. 1 to Nov. 
28 at $480 




Casey, L. D., sten., gr. 3, 9 m. at $1,380, 
3 m. at $1,440 




Larochelle, J. E., mech . supt. of dredges, 

Apr. 1 to Jan. 5 at $4,260 (retired) .... 

Rondeau, R., ship draftsman 


317 33 




Hunt, W. N., office boy, Mar. 4 to 31 at 
$420 


31 61 


TELEGRAPH BRANCH 
DIVISION DU TELfiGRAPHE 


Ruggles, M. C, museum asst., Aug. 9 
to Mar. 31 at $1,320 


851 61 


Vote — Credit 325— Branch Ad- 


Westwick, B., sten., gr. 1, Apr. 1 to 
June 14 at $720 


148 00 


ministration — Administration 


Wilson, M. A., sten., gr. 1, May 30 to 
Mar. 31 at $720 


603 87 


Permanent Employees 
Personnel permanent 


Wright, P. H., elk., gr. 1, Apr. 6 to 
Mar. 31, at $720 


710 00 


Bouchard, L., elk., gr. 3 

Bray, J. E., deptl. acct., gr. 3, 6 m. at 
$2,940, 6 m. at $3,060 




80,277 1>2 


649,133 30 


Mackie, C. M., sten., gr. 2 





Part U— 11 
DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE-Con. — DETAIL DES DEPENSES-Siute 



Charged as follows: — 

Under Statute — Statutaire— Minister's Salary and Motor Car Allowance. . . (Page U— 130) 12,000 00 

Vote — Credit 274— Departmental Administration (Page U— 11) 164,493 97 

Chief Architect's Branch — 

Vote — Credit 275— Branch Administration (Page U— 11) 190, 198 64 

Vote — Credit 276 — Ottawa: Maintenance and Operation of Dominion 
Public Buildings and Grounds (Page U— 11) 50,934 67 

Chief Engineer's Branch — 

Vote — Credit 298— Branch Administration (Page U— 72) 169, 126 50 

Vote — Credit 300— Dredging: General Superintendence (Page U— 76) 10,022 10 

Telegraph Branch — 

Vote — Credit 325— Branch Administration (Page U— 97) 22, 080 00 

Generally — 
Vote — Credit 336— National Gallery of Canada (Page U— 106) 30, 277 42 



$ 649,133 30 






Vote — Credit 274 — Departmental Administration — Administration 

Maries (Page U— 11) 164,493 97 

Printing and Stationery: — King's Printer: parliamentary publications, $221.35, 

printing, $5,373.03, supplies. $5,351.56 10,945 94 

Travelling Expenses:— Hon. J. P. A. Cardin, $152; A. T. Crerar, $31.15; J. A. 

Drouin. $15.15; E. Fournier, $285.78; W. P. Harrell, $33.80; G. Hill, $40.50; 

J. B. Hunter, $16.45; C. Lefort, $193.60 768 43 

■Sundries: — Car fares, $145; newspapers and publications, $187.22; photographic 

work, $757.69; postage, $397.37; subscription to ''Mercantile Agency," $129; 

telegrams, $1,239.37; telephone tolls, $910.81; washing towels, $147.08; sundries, 

■$59.40 3,972 94 

$ 180,181 28 



CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CHEF 

Vote — Credit 275 — Branch Administration — Administration 

Salaries (Page U— 11) 190,198 64 

Printing and Stationery :■ — King's Printer: parliamentary publications, $2, printing, 

$662.57; supplies, $5,381.65 6,046 22 

Travelling Expenses:— A. C. Bedard. $11.50; C. Boucher, $42.35; C. G. Brault, 

$113.25; H. Desrosiers, $37.35; C. Emond, $15.10; J. A. Ferguson. $46.29; F. O. 

Hamel. $291.42; A. Hearnden, $69.55; J. A. Heisler, $32.80; W. J. Hickey, $48.80; 

W. Huber, $129.70; D. H. Hunter, $276.20; R. N. Jago, $199.59; J. T. E. Lavoie, 

$89.95; P. A. Lefort. $248.33; H. G. Legg. $261.85; J. Owen, $139.35; H. A. 

Paynter, $7.70; H. Pelletier, $291.67; T. D. Rankin, $27.69; A. W. Reynolds, 

$10.74; F. W. Ross, $54.25; A. Scott, $18.30; W. L. Smith. $1.50; A. K. Stewart, 

$12.60; C. D. Sutherland, $192.60; J. W. D. Thompson, $4.55; S. J. Wood, $72.45. 2,747 43 

Sundries: — Complete drawings of former Moore residence, now Canadian Legation, 

Washington, $75; newspapers and publications, $38.15; telegrams, $2,152.51; 

telephone tolls, $726.66 2 992 32 



$ 201,984 61 



Vote — Credit 276 — Ottawa — Maintenance and Operation of Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. — 
Ottawa — Entretien et service des edifices et terrains federaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc. 

Salaries and Wages: — 

Office staff (Page U— 11) 50,934 67 

Elevator Attendants: E. Ayotte. $255.57; A. Baker, $1,260; J. P. Bedard, $1,200; 
A. Belley, $764.81; W. Berry, $1,155; C. Blais. $1,200; W. J. Blaknev, $1,154.99; 
P. Blondeau, $890.81; E. Boicey, $774.97; J. H. Bradbury. $1,200; E. C. Bridge, 
$1,200; T. P. Brown, $1,260; C. E. Brownell, $1,155; G. A. Bruce, $1,198.39; 



Paint U— 12 

PUBLIC WORKS — TRAVAUX PUBLICS 

CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CHEF -Suite 

Vote — Credit 276 — Ottawa — Maintenance and Operation of Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Ottawa — Entretien et service des edifices et terrains federaux, y 
compris loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

Salaries and Wages-Con. 
Elevator Attendants-Cowc. 

W. Brunette, $1,196.77; L. Cardinal, $1,260; E. Carriere, $1,200; J. B. Carriere, 
$1,162.09; J. E. Carriere, $1,172.30; J. O. Carriere, $1,200; E. Charette, 
$1,260; A. Chevrier, $1,260; N. Deslaurier, $1,128.73; P. Donnelly, $786.78; 
G. Donovan, $1,200; A. Drapeau. $1,057.50; J. Floyd, $1,198.22; J. Fortier, 
$847.94; F. F. Fraser, $1,258.12; L. Gauthier, $1,200.24; W. Gauthier, $1,200; 
J. D. Gaw, $1,200; F. Gerbrandt, $1,169.27; T. M. Girouard, $1,203.57; E. J. 
Grenon, $847.94; J. Hanna, $1,200; A. J. Headland, $570; D. J. Helmer, 
$783.78; R. J. H. Hill, $1,200; R. G. Hodgkinson, $789.68; G. Ironmonger, 
$1,200; T. J. Jodoin, $966.53; F. W. Keenleyside, $786.78; G. Lafontaine, 
$1,263.75; L. D. De La France, $1,260; F. M. Laughren, $1,186.30; T. Lavoie, 
$1,260; E. LeBlanc, $891.77; C. Levasseur, $1,173.34; J. G. Levesque, $1,372.58; 
J. W. Lewis, $1,260: F. H. Lloyd, $1,125; M. Lortie, $1,077; E. Lumsden, 
$1,136.75; C. E. Matheson, $786.78; T. McAndrew, $1,203.57; C. McConville, 
$728.23; W. L. McCormick, $1,200; J. W. McGill, $1,080; H. P. McNally, 
$786.78; F. Mercier, $1,200; H. Mercier, $1,260; J. F. Moore, $825.92; W. 
Murphy, $1,200; J. Nunn, $1,080; T. J. O'Hara, $1,193.44; E. E. Olmstead, 
$1,200; E. M. Olson, $1,200; A. Paquette, $827.42: R. Pariseau, $1,193.55; 
H. J. Paull, $1,155; J. H. Phillips, $1,200; J. Pitts, $1,188.43; S. S. Pritchard, 
$847.94; A. Proulx, $1,252.86; G. Proulx, $1,200.01; W. J. Quenneville, $847.94; 
R. A. Ramsay, $786.78; A. E. Redsell, $1,200; M. Reid, $1,080; L. Renaud, 
$814.91; O. Renaud, $1,177.42; F. E. Rhode, $1,153.38; J. E. Rock, $1,193.89; 
M. W. Sabourin, $1,260; J. H. Simard, $1,200; J. M. Smith, $1,125; J. O. St. 
Amour, $1,200; J. H. Stewart, $1,200; E. T. Thomas, $1,199.99; W. Traill, 
$1,078.39; I. Trepanier, $1,260; J. Trepanier, $1,260; H. Tudor, $1,198.39; 
P. Turpin, $1,200; M. Vilon, $1,196.77; L. Waplington, $1,078.55; E. J. Warner, 
$1,120; J. Whalen, $1,260; E. H. C. Wittenberg, $1,260; H.Woodlock, $1,193.44; 

accounts under $500, $905.48 112,442 53 

Char Service: — 

Supervisor, P. R. Henry, $2,280; asst. J. Collins, $1,800 4,080 00 

Foreman, full time, J. F. Devlin 1,320 00 

Foremen, part time at $600; G. H. Bell, $598.39; P. J. Byford; T. Fry; 

J. Harris; E. N. Hughes; E. Lacompte, $596.60; W. Morfo.rd; G. H. Nunn; 

J. Potter, $590.33; W. C. Ralph; C. H. Sharpe; J. Stack; W. A. Thomas, 

$583.33 7,768 65 

Cleaners: E. Ayotte, $567.78; W. Bowerman, $1,123.47; W. Brand, $1,110; 

W. Carroll, $1,018.63; W. Connor, $1,140; M. P. Craig, $1,067.89; G. O. 

Dingley, $1,110; J. J. Eburne, $1,125; W. Farrell, $1,020; G. Fluker, $1,017.26; 

W. Gunn, $1,140; A. J. Headland, $540; J. H. Heves, $1,119.71; H. Hides, 

$1,125; J. Jackson, $1,125; F. W. Keenleyside, $169.35; R. A. Lonie, $1,140; 

G. Moore, $1,110; G. W. Nicholls, $1,020; M. J. O'Donnell, $1,122.86; A. G. 

Reynolds, $1,093.91; V. Rossi, $1,110; J. J. Ryan, $842.53; W. G. F. Smith, 

$1,115.61; R. Thomas, $1,110 25,184 00 

Charmen at $500, $55,936.36; charwomen at $420, $363,197.28 419,133 64 

Heating Staff: — 

Caretaker, G. H. Smith 1,260 00 

Engineer-caretakers: F. Deavy, $375; W. J. McLaughlan, $600; J. D. Strartton, 

$1,500 2,475 00 

Firemen: J. Barber, $1,260; M. D. Barber, $1,260; J. W. Giffin, $1,260; W. J. 

Hemphill, $1,260; W. Jean, $1,260; M. Larkin, $1,312.90; E. W. Nunn, $1,260; 

J. P. Riopelle, $1,166.94. „ 10,039 84 

Fireman's helper: J. Clost, $1,078.39; D. Kehoe. $990 2,068 39 

Firemen-labourers: E. J. Davy, $557.31; H. Groulx, $1,380; E. O'Callaghan, 

$1,260 3,197 31 

Mechanical superintendent, J. T. Buckley 2,280 00 

Stationary engineers: J. Abbott, $1,530; C. J. Aubrey, $1,380: J. A. Barber, 

$1,560; C. E. Berry, $1,920; M. Brown, $1,560; E. J. Caldwell, $1,560; M. S. 

Carrigan, $1,920; H. W. Casselman. $1,530; L. Clyne, $1,560; E. Deschenes, 

$653.71; A. Dobson, $210: J. F. Donoghue. $1,680; T. J. Doyle, $1,560; 

F. Dnmoulin, $1,500; P. Farro, $1,380; A. Girling, $1,500; R. J. Gorman, 

$1,920; S. G. Hawes, $1,289.54; J. G. Hollingeworth, $1,920; J. M. Jackson, 

$1,920; W. S. Keating, $1,380; C. Lamont, $1,485; T. E. Leonard, $663.87; 

J. J. McLarnon. $1,334; W. A. R. McLean, $1,500; F. Moore, $1,312.90; 

J. B. Mulligan, $1,920; F. S. B. Murray. $1,476.94; W. E. Murray, $1,380; 

H. J. Poaps, $1,380; J. Priest, $1,380; R. H. Russett, $1,500 46,765 9Q 



Part U— 13 
DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE-Coh— DETAIL DES DEPENSES-Smte 



CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CKEF-Suite 

Vote — Credit 276 — Ottawa — Maintenance and Operation of Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Ottawa — Entretien et service des edifices et terrains federaux, y 
compris loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

Salaries and Wages-Con. 
Heating Staff-Cone. 

Steam power plant engineers: W. J. Mclninch, $2,520; A. V. Wells, $2,250 4,770 00 

Watchmen: W. Bambury, $1,260; R. Baxter, $1,200; J. A. H. Boucher, $1,200; 
W. J. Brunet, $1,196.67; E. Burden, $357.01; M. Chartrand, $1,121.94; J. R. 
Clark, $1,200; A. G. Gamache, $718.61; W. 0. Jones, $1,200; A. T. W. Lawson, 

$1,200; D. McGillivray, $1,200; R. Patterson, $1,200; W. E. Sarson, $1,200... 14,254 23 

Weighmaster, J. A. Paquin 1,365 00 

Winter engineers, firemen and helpers 38,176 21 

Mechanical Staff: — 

Chauffeurs, J. Doherty, $1,500; J. W. B. Smith, $1,176.50 2,676 50 

Employees at prevailing rates 231,562 96 

Rideau Hall Staff: — 

Superintendent, R. O. Croll, $2,520; engineers, A. W. Hughes, $1,500; T. J. 
Smith, $1,500; firemen-labourers. $5,305.07; gardener, B. C. Best, $1,320; 
head gardener, A. E. Challis, $2,220 (quarters $360 not included) ; green- 
housemen, A. W. Awcock, $1,320; C. J. Schoenherr, $1,440; L. A. Schroeder, 

$1,440; seamstress, A. O'Hara, $1,200; sundry labour, $12,010.10 31,775 17 

1,013,530 06 
Rents (12 m. to Mar. 31, 1939 unless otherwise stated) : — 

Auditorium, Ltd 2,000 00 

Aylmer Apts., Slater St., H. N. Bate Realty Corporation Ltd., 4th floor, Dec. 5 to 

Mar. 31, $585.89; 5th floor, 12 m. to Mar. 10, $1,800; 6th floor, Oct. 1 to Mar. 31, 

$950 3,335 89 

Bate Building, H. N. Bate & Sons, Ltd., 12 m. to Mar. 24 17,000 00 

Birks Building, A. H. Fitzsimmons, 3rd floor, $1,362.17; 4th floor, Jan. 9 to April 

9, $629 1,991 17 

Blackburn Building, R. L. & R. Blackburn 66,151 00 

Blyth Building, Mrs. I.E. Blyth 3,500 00 

Booth Building, Booth & Holbrook 17,319 75 

Brock Building, Norlite Realty Co. Ltd 420 00 

Bryson Building, Bryson Realty Co. Ltd 9,926 92 

Canadian Building, Imperial Realty Co., Ltd., $53,311.20; Citv of Ottawa taxes, 

$284.07 53,595 27 

Casitle Building, Estate of Harry Brouse 8,000 00 

Dominion Loose Leaf Building, Norlite Realty Co. Ltd 17,800 00 

Earlscourt Apts., Earlscourt Realty Co. Ltd., to Feb. 28 802 12 

Electoral Officer's Storage, Norlite Realty Co. Ltd 3,000 00 

Elgin Building, Elgin Realty Co. Ltd 54,504 00 

Halcyon Club, contribution towards rental of clubrooms 600 00 

Hope Building, J. Hope & Sons, City of Ottawa, taxes 148 96 

Imperial Garage, T. D. McFarlane 6,116 76 

Jackson Building: C. J. Booth, $51,329.21; 12 m. to Mar. 27, $1,008; Mar. 13 to 

June 30, $2,453.05; Mar. 30 to Sept. 30, $7,325.84; Jan. 2 to July 2, $1,449.96; 

Apr. 25 to Dec. 25, $10,583.22; July 2 to Apr. 2, 1939, $2,174.94; July 31 to 

Mar. 31, $12,181.83; Oct. 31 to Jan. 31, $1,946; Dec. 25 to Feb. 25, $2,351.82; 

Dec. 28 to Feb. 28, $3,575.25; Mar. 1-31, $1,622.07 98,001 19 

Jarman Building, 326-328 Queen St., Estate of W. J. Laughren, to Feb. 28 1,430 00 

Labelle Building, Estate of P. Labelle 34,648 00 

Mackenzie Building, J. A. Mackenzie 16,000 00 

Martin Building, Norlite Realty Co. Ltd 6,000 00 

McDougall Building, Builders Sales Ltd., 12 m. to Mar. 21 6,871 78 

Morris Building, W. D. Morris Realty Co. Ltd., to July 28 3,201 78 

Motor Building, R. L. & R. Blackburn 19,500 00 

Norlite Building, Norlite Realty Co. Ltd 30,000 00 

Old Duhamel Building, Builders Sales Ltd 2,390 00 

Old Free Press Building, Realty of Ottawa Ltd 7,600 00 

Old Peerless Box Building, W. H. McAuliffe 3,400 00 

Ottawa Electric Railway Co., Jan. 25 to Mar.. 25 1,250 00 

Plaza Building, R. L. Blackburn. $12,927.40; Sept. 1 to Mar. 31, $175 13,102 40 

Regal Building, Estate of J. E. Hanna, $15,342.70; Mar. 1 to 31, $1,180.20 16,522 90 

Rideau Hall, allowance for rent during alterations 180 00 

Robinson Building, H. Robinson Estate 11,004 57 

Royal Bank Building, Royal Bank of Canada 15^608 79 

Sovereign Building, Sovereign Realty Co. Ltd., $11,666.64; Aug. 1 to Sept. 30, 

$652; Oct. 1 to Mar. 31, $1,956 14 274 64 



Part U— 14 

PUBLIC WORKS — TRAVAUX PUBLICS 

CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH-Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CUEF-Suite 

Vote — Credit 276 — Ottawa — Maintenance and Operation of Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Ottawa — Entretien et service des edifices et terrains f ederaux, y 
compris loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

Salaries and Wages-Cone. 

Steele Building, Rideau Realties Ltd 4,302 50 

Stephen Building, Sovereign Realty Co. Ltd 7,500 00 

Therien Building, Therien & Co. Ltd., $6,300; Nov. 22 to Mar. 31, $1,272.08 7,572 OS 

Trafalgar Building, Estate of J. C. Brennan 9,345 63 

Transportation Building, C. J. Booth, $2,310; Apr. 7 to Mar. 7, $5,388.60 7,698 60 

Union Station Building, Ottawa Terminal Railway Co 22,849 00 

Victoria Building, Victoria Realty Corpn Ltd., Mar. 21, 1938, to Mar. 31 12,361 65 

Vimy Buildings, Vimy Realty Co. Ltd 15,000 00 

Woods Building, Queen St., Imperial Realty Co. Ltd., $6,812.40; City of Ottawa, 

taxes, $57.96 6,870 36 

Woods Building, Slater St., Imperial Realty Co., Ltd., $37,403.76; City of 

Ottawa, taxes, $914.03 38,317 79 

Ottawa Car Manufacturing Co., Dec. 1 to Mar. 31 3,544 00 

No. 40-42 Queen St., E. S. Sherwood 1,500 00 

No. 48-50 Queen St., Ottawa Investment Co., Apr. 1 to Dec. 15 850 00 

No. 239 Queen St., W. N. Deisher 192 06 

No. 267 Queen St., A. H. Fitzsimmons, Dec. 1 to Mar. 31 200 00 

No. 260 Slater St., T. D. McFarlane 1,980 00 

No. 114 Wellington St., Wellington Investments Ltd., Mar. 17, 1938, to Mar. 17, 

1939 736 94 

Catherine St., Canadian National Railways 120 00 

Clock Line Service, Bell Telephone Co 674 47 

708,812 91 
Light and Power: — 

Light bulbs 8,921 83 

Electric current supplied to government-owned buildings: Archives, $1,432.35; 
Central Experimental Farm, $15,107.30; Central Heating Plant, $4,940.12; 
Dominion Observatory, $1,854.34; Garage and lights under Plaza, $212.90; 
City Roads and Bridges, $1,701.65; Comparator Building, $30.32; Confederation 
Building, $9,619.24; Connaught Building, $5,896.91; Daly Building, $6,763.59; 
East Block, $4,974.89; Fuel and Ore Testing Plant, $11,752.42; Geodetic 
Survey, $105.92; Hawkesbury Building, $61.17; Hope Building, $71.93; Hunter 
Building, $11,511.53; Justice Building, $6,607.71; Langevin Block, $4,092.39; 
Mines Department, Sussex St., $1,508.44; National Research Laboratories, 
$15,797.10; Parliament Buildings, $22,002.62; Postal Terminal, $5,982.96; 
Printing Bureau and Stores, $8,356.69; Record Storage Building, $411.54; 
Rideau Hall, allowance for light, $2,000; R.C.M.P. Building, $63.36; Royal 
Canadian Mint, $200.53; Statistics Bureau, $3,546.46; Supreme Court, $807.11; 
Victoria Museum, $6,578.49; War Trophies Building, $90.07: Wellington St. 
properties, $342.44; West Block, $4,296.59; Workshops, $1,387.71 160,108 79- 

Electric current supplied to rented buildings: Aylmer Apartments, $66.90; Bate 
Building, $1,204.81; Birks Building, $130.52; Blackburn Building, $3,397.68; 
Blyth Building, $10.47; Booth Building, $637.92; Bryson Building, $746.27; 
Canadian Building, $4,144.04; Castle Building, $385.80; Clock Line Service, 
$119.88; Dominion Loose Leaf Building, $1,562.14; Elgin Buildings, $2,271.47; 
Electoral Officer's Storage, $244.90; Jackson Building, $4,804.23; Jarman 
Building, $21.24; Labelle Building, $3,304.34; Martin Building, $216.16; 
Mackenzie Building, $60.22; McDougall Building, $285.72; McFarlane Garage, 
$883.36; Norlite Building, $1,988.03; Old Duhamel Building, $21.56; Old Free 
Press Building, $898.13; Plaza Building, $553.53; Robinson Building, $1,025.58; 
Royal Bank Building, $834.13; Sovereign Building, $775.49; Steele Building, 
$269.58; Stephen Building, $731.13; Therien Building, $117.87; Trafalgar 
Building, $556.50; Transportation Building, $406.17; Union Station, $1,275.18; 
Victoria Building, $366.66; Vimy Buildings, $1,137.95; Woods Building, Slater 
St., $2,606.38; Woods Building, Queen St., $623.13; Zagerman's Garage, 

$182.37; No. 114 Wellington St., $91.43 38,958 87 

207,989 J,9- 
Water and Water Rates:— 

City of Ottawa, water supply, 12 m. to Mar. 15, 1939, metered service: Archives, 
$506.46; Canadian Building, $1,354.48; Central Experimental Farm, $3,351.91; 
Comparator Building, $9.86; Confederation Building, $2,411.65; Connaught 
Building, $1,154.50; Daly Building, $1,134.71; Dominion Loose Leaf Building, 
$367.08; Drill Hall and Ordnance Stores, $79.67; East Block, $4,468.89; Fuel 
and Ore Testing Plant, $1,478.84; Garage under Plaza, $81.66; Hawkesbury 
Building, $44.19; Hope Building, $366.98; Hunter Building, $918.88; Imperial 



Part U— 15 
DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE-Con. — DETAIL DES DEPENSES-vSmie 

CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CSEF- Suite 

Vote — Credit 276 — Ottawa — Maintenance and Operation of Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Ottawa — Entretien et service des edifices et terrains f ederaux, y 
compris loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

Water and Wafer Rates-Cone. 

City of Ottawa, water supply-Cone. 
Garage, $183.25; Justice Building, $1,682.77; Langevin Block, $579.68; Mines 
Dept., Sussex St., $918.29; National Research Laboratory, $5,127.06; Parlia- 
ment Buildings, $84.14; Postal Terminal, $114.29; Printing Bureau, $3,923.90; 
Radio Station, Mann Island, $19.89; Rideau Hall, $2,606.50; R.C.M.P. Build- 
ing, $99.79; Royal Mint, $2,324.86; Statistics Bureau, $2,152.15; Supreme 
Court, $107.29; Sussex St. Property, $33.86; Victoria Island, $322.04; Victoria 
Museum, $784.87; Wellington St. Property, $5,627.03; West Block, $4,787.42; 
Woods Building, Slater St., $1,031.09; Workshops, $173.89 50,413 82 

City of Ottawa, rates based on assessment: Dominion Loose Leaf Building, 
$254.40; Hope Building, $124.47; Sussex St. Property, $121.73; Woods Build- 
ing, Slater St., $141.86 642 46 

51,056 28 
Furniture and Fittings:— 

Agriculture: furniture, $8,090.52; rugs, $182.85; Archives, furniture, $1,630 9,903 37 

Auditor General: furniture, $457.65, rug, $119.50; Central Farm: furniture, 

$1,131.30 1,708 45 

Civil Service Commission: furniture, $2,932.30; Dominion Observatory: furniture, 

$237.70 3,170 00 

External Affairs: furniture, $2,555.35; Finance: furniture, $3,497, rugs, $558.70. 6,611 05 

Fisheries: furniture, $194.75; House of Commons: furniture, $2,769.81, rugs, 

$3,906.11 6,870 67 

Justice: furniture, $2,156.07, rugs, $255.35; Labour: furniture, $1,842.99, rugs, 

$57 4,311 41 

Mines and Resources: furniture, $8,298.16, rugs, $328.60; National Defence: 

furniture, $8,399, rugs, $219 17,244 76 

National Employment Commission: furniture, $40; National Gallery: furniture, 

$263 303 00 

National Harbour Board: furniture, $720; National Research: furniture, 

$4,149.58, rugs, $852.85 5,722 43 

National Revenue: furniture, $11,734.70, rugs, $489.45; Parliamentary Library: 

furniture, $187.40 12,411 55 

Pensions and National Health: furniture, $1,979.23; Post Office: furniture, 

$2,919.72 4,898 95 

Prime Minister: furniture, $135; Privy Council: rugs, $278 413 00 

Public Printing and Stationery: furniture, $680.50; Public Works: furniture, 

$3,634.35, rugs, $294.45 4,609 30 

Rideau Hall: furniture, $875; R.C.M.P.: furniture. $5.287.42 6,162 42 

Secretary of State: furniture, $4,082.35, rug, $57; Senate: furniture, $765.30, 

rugs, $448 5,352 65 

Supreme Court: furniture, $157.50; Trade and Commerce: furniture, $3,407.37, 

rugs, $136.50 3,701 37 

Transport: furniture, $1,167.35, rugs, $152; Transport Commission: furniture, 

$1,056.13 2.375 48 

Dominion Housing Act Administration: furniture, $450; Governor General, $46.. 496 00 

Postal Terminal: furniture, $1,043.21; Records Storage Building: furniture, $48. 1,091 21 

Royal Mint: furniture, $101; Victoria Museum, furniture, $699 800 00 

Generally 15,222 67 

113,379 lh 
Repairs, Improvements, Materials and Supplies: — 

Advertising 128 23 

Fuel: — Coal, wood, fuel oil, etc., boiler compound and removal of ashes: 
Independent Coal Co., coal, $160,311.29, coke, $1,895.78; fuel, J. Heney and 
Sons Ltd., $16,648.57; Imperial Oil Ltd., $3,274.52, National Petroleum Ltd., 
$50,575.69; allowance toward heating Canadian and Woods Buildings, 
$2,417.45; Rideau Hall, $17,000; sundries, $729.41; less paid by Anglin 
Norcross Ltd., $1,460.62; J. Hope and Sons, $1,900.96 249,491 13 

Fuel:— Gas, Electric and Steam heating: Ottawa Gas Co., $10,761.70; Canadian 

National Railway, $9,835.83; electric heat, $364.16 20,961 69 

Uniforms for Elevator Operators: — J. J. Powers 2,287 50 

Supplies for Char Service: — Brooms, brushes and mops, $3,193.62; disinfectants, 
floor wax and soap, $3,852.64; cheese cloth and sugar bag linings, $1,174.85; 
floor machines and vacuum cleaners, $2,280.52; toilet supplies, $10,287.99; 
sundries, $418.49 21,208 11 



Part U— 16 

PUBLIC WORKS — TRAVAUX PUBLICS 

CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CSEF -Suite 

Vote — Credit 276 — Ottawa — Maintenance and Operation of Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Cone. — Ottawa — Entretien et service des edifices et terrains f ederaux, y 
compris loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Pin 

Repairs, Improvements, Materials and Supplies-Cone. 

Repairs and Supplies: — Agriculture, $1,341.07; Archives, $165.96; Auditor 
General, $43.40; Central Farm, $93.45; Civil Service Commission, $306.87; 
Dominion Observatory, $88.87; External Affairs, $83.16; Finance, $1,320.72; 
Fisheries, $9.75; House of Commons, $4,236.84; International Joint Commis- 
sion, $37.14; Labour, $640.54; Mines and Resources, $3,934.18; National 
Defence, $664.46; National Gallery, $423.16; National Research, $936.18, 
elevator maintenance, $1,380; National Revenue, $4,890.61; Parliamentary 
Library, $348.67; Pensions and National Health, $1,155.62; Post Office, 
$385.25; Privy Council, $84.50; Public Printing and Stationery, $1,921.22; 
Public Works, $1,876.71; Railway Commission, $176.99; R.C.M.P., $2,113.08; 
Secretary of State, $180.98; Senate, $678.10; Supreme Court, $289.86; Trade 
and Commerce, $551.67; Transport, $374.51; Transport Commission, $78.58; 
Birk's Building, $300; Booth Building, $85; Central Heating Plant, $1,648.83; 
Centre Block, $713.26; Confederation Building, elevator maintenance, $5,400; 
Connaught Building, $338.50; Daly Building, $522; East Block, $314; Fuel and 
Ore Testing Plant, $737; Geodetic Surveys, $53.07; Governor General's office, 
$93.84; Hunter Building, elevator maintenance, $3,000; Justice Building, 
$384.04, elevator maintenance, $2,760; Langevin Block, $2,595; Postal Terminal, 
$74.90. elevator maintenance, $2,100; Records Storage Building, $148; 
Robinson Building, $14,364.68; Royal Mint, $122.70; Victoria Museum, 
$1,280.97: West Block, $498.17; Generally: electrical supplies, $4,501.25; gas 
and oil, $752.16; ice, $1,986.41; linoleum, $2,562.94; lumber, $18,545.24; metal, 
$2,164.99; paint, $1,098.01; repp, $1,391.04; awnings repaired, $2,632.74; 
express and freight, $340.59; maintenance of signals, Edward's Mill property, 
$100; sundries, $22,321.93 126,743 36 

Repairs and Supplies, Rideau Hall: — Bulbs, seeds, etc., $3,048.15; construction 
of sewer, $900; express and freight, $398.94; sundries, $9,961.42; expenses 
connected with Royal visit, $8,913.93 23,222 44 

Printing and Stationery: — Printing, $387.26; stationery, $571.81 959 07 

Gratuities: — Two months' salary to dependents of deecased employees, L. 
Beattie; $70, E. Bertrand, $70; N. Curran, $70; D. Emard, $70; E. Hurley, 
$70; G. J. Johnston, $279.59; M. Martel, $70; M. L. McCann, $70; L. Paynter, 
$70; M. Quinney, $70; S. Roger, $70; M. Stenson, $70; E. Stiles, $70; J. A. 
Tennant, $83.32 1 5 202 91 

Miscellaneous: — Collection of rentals, $132; medical services, $317; taxes, 
$2,860.17; travel, $515.97; Workmen's Compensation Board of Ontario (D. 

Landry) , $2,345.85 6,170 99 

452,875 J,3 
Inspection of Fire Equipment: — Royal Canadian Mounted Police 12,000 00 



$2,559,143 91 



Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
— Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains f ederaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc. 

MARITIME PROVINCES — PROVINCES MARITIMES 

Amherst, N.S., New Public Building:— Caretaker, T. W. Phalen, $960 (quarters 
$300 not included) ; fireman, J. N. Bainbridge, $665; char service, $360; sundry 
labour, $65.52; electric heat, $100.92; coal, $600.61; light, $1,505.25; repairs, 

$370.78; supplies, $172.25; water, $137.50 4,937 83 

Amherst, Post Office: — Caretaker, F. Simpson, $960 (quarters $300 not included); 
sundry labour, $65.52; care of clock, $50; furniture, $216.59; heat, $446.96; 

light, $293.26; repairs, $502.05; supplies, $116.92; current for stove, $77.91 2,729 21 

Annapolis Royal Armoury: — Rent 180 00 

Annapolis Royal, Mines and Resources: — Furniture 42 49 

Annapolis Royal Post Office:— Caretaker, F. J. Riley, $960 (quarters $300 not 
included); sundry labour, $65.52; heat, $556.50; light, $224.84; water, $40; 
sundries, $129.15 1,976 01 



Part U— 17 
DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE-Con. — DETAIL DES DEPENSES-Smte 

CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH-Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CREF-Suite 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains federaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

MARITIME PROVINCES-Con. — PROVINCES MARITIMES-&Utfe 

Antigonish, Post Office:— Caretakers, P. J. Barry, $675 (quarters $120 not 

included), T. Duggan, $345; heat, $559.02; light, $414.18; rent, $10; repairs, 

$1,273.35; supplies, $116.33; water, $32.50; furniture, $29.94 3,455 32 

Antigonish, National Defence: — St. Francis Xavier University C.O.T.C., rent 

allowance 219 52 

Ariehat Post Office:— Caretaker, part time, J. M. Power, $300 (quarters $300 not 

included); heat, $304; light, $138.02; repairs $362.55; water, $12; supplies, $65.45 1,182 02 

Baddeck, Public Building: — Caretaker, J. N. Nicholson, $1,260; sundry labour, 

$56.16; heat, $178.10; light, $124.48; repairs, $93.80; water, $25; sundries, $33.28. 1,770 82 

Berwick, Public Building:— Caretaker, part time, E. K. Clarke, $312; heat, 

$137.72; light, $96.44; supplies, $53.33; sundries, $27.06 626 55 

Bridgetown, Post Office: — Caretaker, part time, It. R. Leslie, $300 (quarters 

$300 not included); heat, $243.34; light, $348.24; repairs, $101.71; water, $30.50; 

sundries, $74.47 1,098 26 

Bridgetown, R.C.M.P. Office:— Furniture 42 65 

Bridgewater, Post Office:— Caretaker, S. A. Conrad, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); care of clock, $50; sundry labour, $183.17; heat, $351.68; light, 

$198.06; repairs, $80.32; supplies, $112.16; water, $31.50 1,966 89 

Canso, Post Office: — Caretaker, A. N. Lumsden, $960 (quarters $300 not included); 

furniture, $77.07; heat, $316; light, $458.82; repairs, $1,389; water, $11; 

sundries, $40.20 3,252 09 

Clark's Harbour, Post Office:— Light, $55.10; rent, $325, less $100 paid by Post 

Office Department 280 10 

Dartmouth, Armoury: — Rent 480 00 

Dartmouth, Post Office:— Caretaker, J. F. De Van, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); care of clock $50; sundry labour, $65.52; heat, $423.25; light, 

$585.74; repairs, $155.43; supplies, $61.45; water, $40; furniture, $5.97 2,347 36 

Dartmouth, Marine Dept., Agent's Office: — Furniture 129 70 

Digby, Public Building:— Caretaker, G. E. Syda, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); sundrv labour, $189.41; heat, $459.42; light, $407.99; repairs, $52.83; 

water, $80 ; sundries, $37.19 2,186 84 

Glace Bay, Armoury:— Rent 1,320 00 

Glace Bay, Public Building:— Caretaker, J. Maclnnis, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); sundry labour, $65.52; heat, $657.40; light, $551.53; repairs, $102.94; 

supplies, $70.25; Avater, $55.52 2,463 16 

Guysborough, Post Office:— Caretaker, part time, L. C. Grant, P.M., $169.92; 

care of clock, $60: heat. $265.25; light-, $277.52; repairs, $54.55; supplies, $50.40. 877 64 

Halifax, Camphill Hospital:— Furniture, $139.01; water, $400 539 01 

Halifax Cunard Building:— Rent, $300; light, $25.32 . 325 32 

Halifax, Customs House: — Caretaker, E. T. Martin, $560 (quarters $175 not 

included) (deceased); cleaners, M. S. Penny, $330.97, A. R. Gilbert, $773.50; 

elevatorman, G. A. Blackman, $1,200; engineer. W. C. Morash, $520 (deceased); 

firemen-labourers, A. Eisenhauer, $1,204.11, W.'Holland, $1,260, F. Nolan, $1,260; 

char service, $1,440; furniture, $2,659.70; heat, $77.88; light, $1,855.31; repairs, 

$1,321.99; supplies, $338.48; water, $593.34; electric heat, $68.81 15,464 09 

Halifax, Dockyard, R.C.M.P. Office:— Furniture 279 99 

Halifax, National Defence: — Allowance for quarters: Dalhousie University, 

C.O.T.C, $1,250, Technical College, C.O.T.C, $1,375 2,625 00 

Halifax, Old Fisheries Experimental Station: — Repairs 155 00 

Halifax, Post Office: — Cleaner, J. Quinn, $998.06; elevatorman, W. R. Evans, 

$1,200; engineer, L. Cunningham, $1,434.19; fireman, C. H. Balcom, $422.90; 

firemen-labourers at $1,260, T. Connors, M. Duggan; watchman, J. Gordon, 

$1,140; char service, $345; care of clock, $75; uniforms, $83.47; heat, $1,517.56; 

light, $1,182.76; repairs $1,002.37; supplies, $64.83; water, $519.84 12,505 98 

Halifax. New Public Building:— Cleaners at $1,020, W. Blackman, J. M. Brown, 

T. LeBlanc, J. J. O'Neil; E. A. Farrant, $723.87; R. D. Martin, $56.67; H. J. 

Rooche, $828.07; elevatormen at $1,125, F. W. Lantz, J. D. Mcintosh, S. G. 

Misener; J. Wiles, $1,260; engineers, R. A.- Brownrigg, $828; John T. Fox, 

$458.50; D. E. McNeil, $403.06; B. H. Temple, $1,395.33; firemen at $95, J. J. 

Fox, J. S. Zong; foreman of char service, C. LeLievre, $1,215; char service, 

$1,800; uniforms, $55.93; furniture, $1,825.32; heat, $5,300.17; light, $9,842.45; 

repairs, $4,198.10; supplies, $986.42; sundries, $30.25; water, $2,768.64 41,620 78 

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PUBLIC WORKS — TRAVAUX PUBLICS 

CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CSEF -Suite 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains federaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

maritime provinces-Cow. — provinces MARrriMES-tftute 

Halifax, Post Office Site (North End) :— Taxes 

Halifax, C.N.R. Station Mailroom: — Repairs t 

Halifax, Quarantine Station, Lawlor's Island: — Heat, $40; light, $313.11 

Halifax, Harbour Pier No. 9 — Richmond Terminals: — Rent 

Halifax, Quarantine Station, Rockhead Hospital: — Furniture, $254.45; heat, 
$1,715.06; light, $117.67; water, $240; electric heat, $17.08 

Halifax, Royal Canadian Air Force: — Repairs ' 

Halifax, Buildings Generally: — Repairs 

Bantsport, Post Office: — Caretaker, part time, W. H. Pulsifer, $300 (quarters 

$300 not included); heat, $185.25; light, $93.27; water, $32; sundries, $72.45... 682 97 

Inverness, Public Building: — Caretaker, W. Judson, $960 (quarters $300 not 
included); sundry labour, $81.35; heat, $353.50; light, $109.99; repairs, $242.56; 
supplies, $106.85 ; water, $50 ; rent, $5 1,909 25 

Kentville, Farm:— Furniture, $153.38; heat, $1,291.10; light, $1,719.85; sundries, 

$49.59 3,213 92 

Kentville, Public Building:— Caretaker, E. D. Hiltz, $960 (quarters $300 not 
included); care of clock, $50; heat, $477.25; light, $229.36; repairs, $122.73; 
supplies, $64.13; water, $50; sundries, $6.08 1,959 55 

Liverpool, Dredging Office: — Rent 144 00 

Liverpool. Public Building:— Caretaker. D. F. Winters. $960 (quarters $300 not 
included); care of clock, $50; sundry labour, $107.46; heat, $394.50; light, 
$280.49; repairs, $123.25; supplies. $102.45; water. $29; sundries, $51.30 

Louisburg, Public Building:— Caretaker, part time, John Pope, Dec-Mar., $156.64; 
furniture, $364.17; heat, $190; supplies, $58.05; sundries, $4.84 

Lunenburg. Public Building:— Caretaker, J. F. Fox, $1,020 (quarters $300 not 
included); sundrv labour, $252.40; furniture, $291.42; heat, $416.51; light, 
$680.34: repairs, $428.38; supplies, $123.43; water, $67.25 3,279 73 

Mahone Bav, Post Office:— Caretaker, part time, A. J. Burgoyne, $366 (quarters 

$180 not included); heat, $121.86; light, $270.03; repairs, $81.84; sundries, $32.61 872 34 

Middleton. Public Building:— Caretaker, J. P. Dodge, $960 (quarters $300 not 
included): sundry labour, $65.52; furniture. $61.64; heat, $242.85; light, $195.47; 
repairs, $163.50f water, $34; sundries. $96.35 1,819 33 

Mulgrave. Public Building:— Furniture, $271.78; sundries, $7.50 279 28 

Nappan Farm:— Furniture. $317.38; heat, $833.52; light, $500.59 1,651 49 

New Glasgow, Armoury: — Rent 300 00 

New Glasgow. Public Building:— Caretaker, H. Murray, $1,040 (quarters $100 not 
included): furniture, $206.48; heat. $583.21; light.. $534.30; repairs, $1,118.80; 
supplies, $113.35; water, $100; legal services. $81.62 3,777 76 

New Waterford, Post Office:— Caretaker, M. Gray, $960 (quarters $300 not in- 
cluded); furniture, $69.94; heat, $212; light, $244.06; supplies. $56.02; water, 
$70.65; sundries, $22.25 1,634 92 

North Ingonish, National Parks Branch: — Furniture 103 85 

North Sydney, Immigration Building:— Light, $69.55; rent, $2,280 2,349 55 

North Sydney, Government Radio Station: — Furniture 47 21 

North Sydney, Naval Air Station: — Sundry labour 499 20 

North Sydney, Public Building:— Caretaker, W. Airev. $758.71 (quarters $201.29 
not included); heat, $480; light. $371.70; repairs, $1,308.66; supplies, $139.93; 
sundries, $37.65 3,096 65 

Oxford. Post Office: — Caretaker, part time, A. P. Gordon, $150 (quarters $300 not 
included): heat, $144.52; light, $189.90; repairs, $1,097.51; water, $58.50; 
sundries, $9.40 1,649 83 

Parrsboro Post Office:— Caretaker, C. L. Johnson. $960 (quarters $300 not in- 
cluded); sundry labour, $65.52; care of clock, $60; heat, $480.80; light, $517.36; 
repairs, $441.95; supplies, $72.40; water. $56 2,654 03 

Pictou, Custom House: — Caretaker, N. MacKenzie. $960 (quarters $300 not in- 
cluded); heat, $469.97; light, $119.11; repairs, $786.60; supplies, $77.34; water, 
$20; sundries, $27.50 2,460 52 

Pictou, National Defence : — Rent 300 00 

Pictou, Post Office:— Caretaker, part time, G. M. McLean. $525 (quarters $300 
not included); sundry labour, $47.46; heat, $399.50; light, $210.41; repairs, $52.90; 
water, $20; supplies, $32.49 1,287 76 

St. Peter's, Dept. of Fisheries: — Furniture 54 75 



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DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE-Co//. — DETAIL DES DEPENSES-Suite 



CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CBEF -Suite 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains federaux, y compris 
lovers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

MARITIME PROVIXCES-Co/l. — PROVINCES MARITIMES-/S'«l'f e 

Shelburne, Public Building:— Caretaker, R. M. Bower, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); care of clock. $50; sundry labour, $343.11; heat, $366.55; light, 

$293.98 ; repairs. $146.81 : supplies. $51.50 2,211 95 

Sherbrooke, Post Office:— Caretaker, part time, J. K. Bright, $300 (quarters $300 

not included): heat. 8225.80; light, $94.04: repairs, $204.69; sundries, $28.08... 852 61 

Shubenacadie. Post Office:— Caretaker, part time, John Blake, $300 (quarters $300 

not included): heat. 8229.94: light. $88.62; repairs. $156.50: sundries, $19.53 794 59 

Springhill, Public Building:— Caretaker, A. L. Canning, $927.74 (quarters $300 not 

included): care of clock, $50; sundry labour. $117.45; furniture. $71.89; heat, 

$477.06; light. $347.81; repairs, $159.60; supplies, $77.53; water, $41 2,270 08 

Stellarton, Armoury:— Rent 1,800 00 

Stellarton, Post Office: — Caretaker, part time, P. Higgins. $225 (quarters $180 not 

included); heat, $306.50; light, $114.48; supplies, $66.60; water, $18.50; repairs, 

$35.19 766 27 

Stewiacke, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time. John T. Matthews, Now 1 to 

Mar. 31. $131.25; furniture, $271.59; heat, $89.67; sundries, $69.41 561 92 

Sydney, Agriculture Dept: — Sundries 35 84 

Sydney, Fisheries Office:— Rent. $498; repairs, $13.75 511 75 

Sydney, Immigration Building:— Light. $13.21; rent, 8360 373 21 

Sydney, R.C.M.P.:— Repairs 40 00 

Sydney. Public Building:— Caretaker, S. A. MacKenzie. $842.58 (quarters $300 

not included) : char service, $240; sundry labour. $160.52: furniture. $99.47; 

heat. $688.50; light. 8934.78: repairs. $1,784.79; supplies. 8161.57; water, $97.50. 5,009 71 

Sydney Mines, Xational Defence: — Rent 960 00 

Sydney Mines. Public Building: — Caretaker, part time. Charles Ivey, 8450 (quarters 

$300 not included); furniture. $70; heat. 8358.98; light. $311.78; repairs, $935.40; 

supplies. $56.85; water, $37.50 2,220 51 

Trenton. New Public Building: — Caretaker, part time. G. Jardine. $469.92; 

furniture, $214.58; heat. $131.75; light, $93.06; repairs, $74.53; supplies. $38.07.. 1,021 91 

Trenton. Post Office:— Light, $12.87; rent. 8724.16 737 03 

Truro. C.X.R. Station:— Furniture. $82.06, rent, $1,201.68; repairs, $381.25; 

sundries, $28.13 1,693 12 

Truro, Public Building: — Caretaker. Wm. Arnsworthv, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included): sundry labour. $62.40: furniture. $54.23; heat, 8779.03; light, $379.81; 

repairs, $1,298.71: supplies, $170.05; water, $32 3,736 23 

Westville, Public Building: — Caretaker, Robt. McCoull, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included): sundry labour. 865.52; heat. $300.25; light, $101.84; repairs, $321.85; 

water, $25 : supplies. 847.80 1,822 26 

Weymouth. Xational Defence: — Rent 240 00 

Windsor. Public Building:— Caretaker. C. K. Smith. $1,080 (quarters $300 not 

included); sundry labour. 862.40; heat, $492.50; light. 8340.07; repairs, $419.45; 

water, $25; supplies, 849 2,468 42 

Wolfyille. Post Office:— Caretaker. A. J. Lake. $630 (quarters $180 not included); 

care of clock. $50; heat, $336; light. $265.63: repairs. $975.79: supplies, $49.37; 

water. $70 2,376 79 

Yarmouth, Marine School : — Rent 300 00 

Yarmouth, Xational Defence: — Rent 660 00 

Yarmouth. Public Building:— Caretaker. R. W. Ross. $960 (quarters $300 not 

included): care of clock. 850: sundry labour, $65.52: furniture. $92.87; heat, 

$687.62: light. $534.42: repairs. $282.80; supplies. *75.95: water. 8100 2,849 18 

Xoya Scotia, Buildings. Generally:— Electric bulbs. 8556.39: sundries. *31.62 588 01 

Halifax, District Res. Architect's Office:— Dist. res. architect, H. A. Russell, $3,120; 

junior architect, J. H. Whitford, Xo\ T . 19 to Mar. 31 at $1,800; stenographer, 

G. E. Kedv. $1,020: sundry assistance. $38.71; trayellins: expenses. H. A. Russell, 

$1,017.59; postage, $143; stationery, $233.70; sundries, $244.27 6,477 27 

Alberton, P.E.I., Post Office:— Caretaker, part time. P. J. Gayin, $300; sundry 

labour, $17.22; heat, $119.66; light, $176.55; repairs, $214; sundries, $26.43 853 86 

Charlottetown. Custom House: — Caretaker, G. S. Larter, $1,260; sundry labour, 

$160.52; repairs, etc., $375.43; furniture, $543.68; heat, $663.80; light, $191.85; 

water, $34; supplies, $32.45 3,261 73 

Charlottetown. Farm:— Furniture, $462.01; heat, $1,102.44; light, $263.43; sundries, 

$15.12 1,843 00 

Charlottetown, Labour Dept.:— Light. $15.34; rent, $180 195 34 

Charlottetown, Xational Defence :--Rent 180 00 

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PUBLIC WORKS — TRAVAUX PUBLICS 

CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. —DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CHEF -Suite 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains federaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

MARITIME PROVINCES-CW. — PROVINCES MARITIMES-Suite 

Charlottetown, Peardon Building: — Rent 100 00 

Charlottetown, Post Office: — Caretakers, J. Saunders, April 1 to Oct. 8, $500.65 

(quarters $156.45 not included), Chas. Saunders, April 1 to Feb. 28, $1,045; 

fireman, G. P. Hooper, $665; char service, $1,328.35; heat, $1,312.73; light, $1,607; 

furniture, $862.81; repairs, $1,539.89; water, $184.75; sundries, $94.12 9,140 30 

Charlottetown, Riley Building:— Char service, $108; rent, $625; light, $50.88; 

repairs, $29.45 813 33 

Charlottetown, R.C.N.V.R.:— Rent 1,200 00 

Charlottetown, Generally: — Repairs 2 00 

Ellerslie, Fisheries Dept.: — -Furniture ■ 27 44 

Georgetown, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, J. C. Gotell, $519.96; sundry 

labour, $29.82; heat, $199.74; light, $121.04; repairs, $510.90; sundries, $17.83 1,399 29 

Kensington, Post Office: — Caretaker, part time, W. L. Delaney, $399.96; sundry 

labour, $23.10; heat, $94.73; light. $98.64; repairs, $27.97; supplies, $50.07 694 47 

Montague, National Defence :— Rent 225 00 

Montague, Post Office: — Caretaker, part time, G. H. Nelson, $600; sundry labour, 

$36.08; heat, $295; light. $106.95; repairs. $714.95; sundries, $23.38 1,776 36 

Souris, Public Building :— Caretaker, M. Madore, $960 (quarters $300 not included); 

sundry labour, $65.52; furniture, $638.43; heat, $328.90; light, $117.22; repairs, 

$63.95; sundries, $31.33 2,205 35 

Summerside, Farm:— Heat, $415.39; light, $573.86 989 25 

Summerside, Indian Agent, Dept. of Mines and Resources: — Furniture, $196.32; 

rent, $72; sundries, $94.60 362 92 

Summerside, Public Building:— Caretaker, W. E. McLellan, $945 (quarters $300 

not included); char service, $120; sundry labour, $65.52; care of clock, $50; heat, 

$752.51; light. $479.71; repairs, $143.98; water, $90.75; sundries, $41.83 2,689 30 

Tignish, Post Office and Site:— Caretaker, C. A. Kinch, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); sundry labour, $75.05; heat, $328: light, $263.05; rent of site, $1; 

repairs, $507.70 ; sundries, $45.20 2,180 00 

Atholville, N.B., Post Office:— Caretaker, part-time, C. C. Ayles, $300; heat, $109.50; 

sundries, $53.85 463 35 

Bathurst, National Defence: — Rent 270 00 

Bathurst, Public Building:— Caretaker, J. C. E. Canty, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); sundry labour, $56.16; care of clock, $50; furniture, $261.87; heat, 

$467.70; light. $500.35; repairs, $136.92; water, $33; supplies. $32.29 2,498 29 

Buotouche, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, P. Leger, $600; sundry labour, 

$34.44; heat, $197.90; light, $58.91; sundries, $55.75 947 00 

Campbellton, Armoury: — Rent 199 92 

Campbellton, Public Building: — Caretaker, J. E. Barclay, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); sundry labour, $108.42; care of clock, $50; heat, $552.91; light, $709; 

repairs, $52.02; water, $52; sundries. $80.88 2,565 23 

Campobello Island, Fisheries Office: — Rent 120 00 

Centreville, New Customs Building: — Caretaker, part time, D. B. Tracey, $399.96; 

heat, $137; light. $212.40; sundries. $9.10 758 46 

Chatham, Pest Office: — Caretaker. J. LeB. Johnstone, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); sundry labour, $56.16; heat, $484.84; light, $165; repairs, $321.55; 

water, $40 ; sundries, $22.99 2,050 54 

Chatham, Quarantine Station, Middle Island: — Caretaker, part time, G. McLaughlin, 

$300 (quarters $300 not included) ; heat. $135 435 00 

Chipman, Post Office: — Caretaker, part time, M. Kane, $540; sundries, $136.32 676 32 

Clair, Customs and Immigration Building: — Caretaker, part time, A. J. Long, $240; 

heat, $183: light, $233.28; sundries. $102.55 758 83 

Balhousie, Public Building: — Caretaker, R. A. Letourneau, $1,080 (quarters $300 

not included); sundry labour, $68.64; heat, $425.54; light, $167.16; water, $55.52; 

sundries, $54.18 1,851 04 

Edmundston, Customs and Immigration: — Heat, $144.80; light, $240.43; furniture, 

$253.85; repairs. $755.62; sundries, $22.20 1,416 90 

Edmundston, Public Building: — Caretaker, J. F. Sit. Onge. $960 (quarters $300 not 

included): char service, $420; care "of clock, $50; sundrv labour. $68.64; heat, 

$282.27: light. $363.62: repairs, $60.55; water, $60; sundries, $150.86 2,415 94 

Fairville Post Office:— Caretaker, Alex. Scott. $1,080 (quarters $300 not included); 

care of clock, $50: sundry labour, $65.52; heat, $186.38; light, $87.46; repairs, 

$1,146.24; water, $18.24; sundries, $45.25 . 2,679 09 

Forest City. Customs and Immigration Building:— Caretaker, part time, S. H. 

Watson, $180; heat, $45; sundries, $16.70 241 70 



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CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. - DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN C&EF -Suite 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains federaux, y compris 
lovers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

maritime provinces-Co n. — provinces maritimes-Sm^c 

Fredericton, Custom House: — Caretaker. F. L. Foster, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included) : char service, $165; sundry labour, $65.52; heat, $474.12; light, $205.25; 

furniture, $239.46; repairs, $499.50; water, $43.75; sundries, $29.60 2,682 20 

Fredericton, Entomological Laboratory Building: — Furniture 108 25 

Fredericton, Farm:— Furniture, $431.55; heat, $1,757.51; light, $873.03 3,062 09 

Fredericton, R.C.M.P.:— Furniture 417 66 

Fredericton, University of New Brunswick: — Furniture 2 00 

Fredericton, Post Office:— Caretaker, J. A. Barry, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); fireman, R. Scott, $735; char service, $165; care of clock, $50; sundry 

labour, $108.62; furniture, $54.92; heat, $721.83; light, $411.70; repairs, $1,708.45; 

water, $111.20; sundries, $109.15 5,135 87 

Gagetown. Post Office: — Caretaker, part time, G. McGibbon, $399.96; sundry labour, 

$19.80: heat, $78.62; light, $99.78; sundries, $7.35 605 51 

Grand Falls. 'Public Building:— Caretaker, J. O. Gagnon, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); care of clock. $50; sundry labour, $65.52; heat, $327.30; light. $236.51; 

repairs, $791.51; water, $33; sundries, $83.88 2,547 72 

Hampton. Armoury: — Rent 160 00 

Hampton. Post Office: — Caretaker, A. Kay, $960 (quarters $300 not included); 

sundry labour, $65.52; heat, $130; light. $65.23; repairs, $236.30; .sundries, $41.99. 1,499 04 

Hartland, Post Office:— Caretaker. W. Fraser, $600; care of clock. $50; sundry 

labour, $34.44; heat. $200.70; light, $79.44; water, $30; sundries, $30.99 1,025 57 

Hillsborough, Post Office: — Caretaker, H. S. Stevens, $960 (auarters $300 not 

included) ; sundry labour. $56.16: heat, $155; sundries, $103.43 1,274 59 

Marysville, Post Office: — Caretaker, part time, G. L. Inch, P.M.. $150 (quarters 

$300 not included); sundry labour, $25.83; heat, $188.35; light, $59.25; water, $12; 

sundries. $41 .48 476 91 

McAdam, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, E. H. Clarkson $300 (quarters 

$300 not included); sundry labour, $36.08; heat, $227.30; light. $302.80; sundries, 

$90.17 956 35 

Middle Sackville, Armoury:— Rent, $240; water, $6 246 00 

Milltown. Public Building:— Caretaker. R. J. Johnson, $1,080 (quarters $300 not 

included) ; care of clock, $50; sundrv labour, $65.52; heat, $340.55; light, $173.15; 

repairs. $77.81 : water, $25.20: supplies, $35.40 1,847 63 

Miuto Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, Charles Collins, Oct. 15 to Mar. 31, 

$198.80; furniture, $249.65; heat, $76.75; sundries, $44.90 570 10 

Moncton. Armoury: — Rent 1,800 00 

Moncton, Public Building:— Caretaker, S. F. Brown. $1,260; cleaners, T. F. Jones, 

$1,020, W. D. LeBlanc. $1,020, A. T. MaeNeil. $1,020; elevatormen, F. E. Brehaut, 

$1,185, S. J. Horton, $1,185; engineer. J. L. Ward. $1,545; firemen, E. Boudreau, 

$100; H. W. Brown. $542.42, H. A. Price. $700; fireman-labourer. C. W. Price. 

$1,260; char service, $1,080; uniforms, $55.80; furniture, $1,337.33; heat, $1,743.98; 

light, $2,804.38; repairs, $2,866.28; supplies, $383.69; water, $196; sundries, $8.44. 21.313 32 

Moncton, old Post Office: — S. A. Steeves, balance final estimate, repairs 345 25 

Moncton, Airdrome Transport Dept.: — Furniture 53 76 

Moncton, C.N.R. Station Mailroom: — Repairs 66 60 

Moncton. R.C.M.P. Office:— Furniture 213 99 

Newcastle, Public Building:— Caretaker, E. W. Keating. $1,080 (quarters $300 

not included); care of clock, $50; sundrv labour, $126.64; furniture, $105.10; 

heat. $476.09; light. $243.24; repairs, etc., $2,246.50; supplies, $52.90; water. $35.. 4,415 47 

North Head, new Public Building: — Acting caretaker, W. Flagg, Feb. 8-28 at $2.14 

per d.; heat, $350; sundries, $61.74 456 68 

Perth, Indian Agent's Office: — Furniture 60 40 

Perth, Post Office:— Caretaker, part time. H. H. Tattersall, $300; sundry labour, 

$18.04; light, $73.65; water, $23.76; sundries, $48.50 463 95 

Rexton, Post Office:— Caretaker, part time. F. O. Foster. $450 (quarters $300 not 

included) ; sundry labour, $25.83; heat. $51; light. $79.10; sundries, $12.60 618 53 

Richibucto, Post Office:— Caretaker, J. R. LeGoff. $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); sundry labour, $65.52; heat, $324.99; light, $120.40; repairs, $72; 

supplies. $25.61 , 1,568 52 

Rogersville, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, E. J. Blakey, Nov. 23 to 

Mar. 31 at $349.92; sundry labour, $21.38; furniture, $243.67; heat, $72; 

sundries, $85.14 546 61 

Sackville, Agriculture, Seed Branch: — Heait 360 51 

Sackville, Dept. National Defence :— Rent 92 52 



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CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CHEF-Suife 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains f ederaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

MARITIME PROVINCES-Con. — PROVINCES MABIMMES-Sfwite 

Sackville, Public Building:— Caretaker, J. E. Ayer, $960. (quarters $300 not 

included); sundry labour, $65.52; heat, $274.56; light, $385.22; repairs, $180.61; 

water, $36.28; sundries, $48.02 1>950 21 

Salisbury, Armoury : — Rent • • • • LZ[) uu 

St Andrews, Public Building:— Caretaker, H. H. Henderson, $960 (quarters $300 

not included) ; sundry labour, $65.52; heat, $429.95; light, $290.60; repairs, $98.25; 

water, $26.64; sundries, $26.24 . 1,897 20 

Ste. Croix, Customs and Immigration Building: — Caretaker, part time, A. C. Kelly, 

$399.96; sundry labour, $9.87; heat, $159.38; light, $435.90; repairs, $1,130.49; 

supplies, $13.45 2,149 05 

St. George, Armoury: —Rent 480 00 

St. George, Post Office:— Caretaker, part time, $380.04 (quarters $300 not included) ; 

sundry labour, $32.13; heat, $316.91; light, $83.34; sundries, $51.70 864 12 

St. John, C.N.R. Station Mailroom:— Rent, $266.25; repairs, $57.90; sundries, $22.68 346 83 

St. John, Custom House:— Caretaker, W. P. Lawton, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); cleaner, W. J. O'Leary, $1,170; engineer, J. T. Logan, $1,560; fireman- 
labourer, T. J. Dean, $1,260; char service, $1,872; furniture, $1,021.49; heat, 

$2,045.18; light, $1,257.16; repairs, $1,621.06; supplies, $78.53; water, $1,041.76; 

sundries. $70.56 13,957 74 

St. John, Fisheries Office:— Rent, $180; heat, $14.50 194 50 

St. John, Observatory Building: — Repairs 1,816 50 

St. John, New Post* Office:— Caretaker, J. J. Donahue. $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); cleaners, L. R. Briggs, $1,020; F. B. MacKinnon, $1,020; elevatormen, 

R. S. Galbraith, $1,127.96, J. J. Jenks, $1,200, W. J. O'Neil, $1,260, K. H. Vroom, 

$1,185.71; engineers, G. A. Elliott, $1,440, F. P. Napier, $1,440; char service, 

$1,248; uniforms, $55.77; furniture, $546.43; heat, $1,987.95: light, $2,155.89; 

repairs, $1,302.25; water, $565.96; supplies, $56.71 18,572 63 

St. John, Old Post Office:— Caretaker, T. Killen, $1,200; care of clock, $50; cleaner, 

J. J. Connell, $1,114.56; elevatorman, C. W. Johnston. $1,187.10; engineer, G. E. 

Conley, $1,560; char service. $624; uniform. $27.88; heat, $922.41; light, $1,172.62; 

repairs, $417.81; supplies, $107.23; water, $73.88; sundries, $12.75 8,470 24 

St. John, Quarantine Station:— Heat, $2,149.84; light, $363.44; water, $1,133 3,646 28 

St. John, R.C.N.V.R.:— Rent, $1,800; furniture, $1 1,801 00 

St. John, Agriculture Dept. : — 'Repairs 96 00 

St. John, Savings Bank:-— Caretaker, H. H. Collins, $960; char service, $202.34; 

furniture, $129.22; heat, $403.11; light, $116.76; repairs, $102.48; water, $25.26; 

sundries. $19.68 1,958 85 

St. John, Dept. of Transport:— Rent 166 49 

St. John, Buildings Generally: — Fireman, E. J. Noel, $695; labourer, L. J. 

Donovan, $900.72; supplies, $385.22; sundries, $18.11 1,999 05 

St. John West, Lancaster Hospital: — Furniture 470 14 

St. John West, Post Office: — Cleaners, part time, J. Appleton. April 1-Sept. 9, 

$42.40, E. J. McKinney, Sept. 10-Mar. 31, $53.60; light, $50.60; rent, $900; 

sundries. $12.75 1,059 35 

St. John West, Radio Car Garage:— Rent, A. B. Makinney, April 1-Nov. 30, $40, 

Universal Sales Ltd., Dec. 1-Mar. 31. $48 88 00 

St. Stephen, Custom and Immigration Building:— Caretaker, B. J. Maxwell, $1,260; 

fireman, E. G. Woodard, $665; sundrv labour, $175.33; furniture. $455.88; heat, 

$441.11; light, $649.75; repairs, $259.46; supplies, $53.81; water, $55.09 4,015 43 

St. Stephen, National Defence : — Rent 325 00 

St. Stephen, Post Office:— Caretaker, E. C. Scott, $960 (quarters $300 not included) ; 

sundry labour, $65.52; heat, $555.88; light, $165.33; water, $31.75; sundries, $76.12 1,854 60 

Shediac, Public Building: — Caretaker, W. P. Casey, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); sundry labour, $166.98; heat, $292.76; light, $183.20; water, $50; 

sundries. $74.66 1,727 60 

Shediac, Air-Radio Station: — Furniture 64 45 

Shediac. R.C.M.P. Wireless Station: — Repairs 3 95 

South Nelson, Post Office: — Caretaker, part time, W. C. Dolan, P.M., $540; heat, 

$80.76; repairs, $58.82; sundries, $21.32 700 90 

Sussex, Public Building: — Caretakers, F. L. Sprague, 9 m. to Dec. 31 at $960 
(quarters $225 not included), Thomas Home, Sept. 29 to Mar. 31, $345.97 
(quarters $50.32 not included); sundry labour, $65.52; heat, $420.97; light, 

$133.78; repairs, $458.82; sundries, $88.22; water, $50 2,283 28 

Tracadie Lazaretto:— Heat, $2,382.29; light, $311.65; sundries, $13.50 2,707 44 



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DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE-Con.— DETAIL DES DEPENSES-Siwte 

CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH-Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CHEF-Stttte 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains f ederaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

MARITIME PROVINCES-ConC. PROVINCES MARITIMES-^itt 

Woodstock, Immigration Office:— Heat, $97.68; repairs, $6 103 68 

Woodstock, Public Building:— Caretaker, J. F. Milbury, $960 (quarters $300 not 
included); care of clock, $50; sundry labour, $65.52; furniture. $93.12; heat, 

$348.42; light, $215.25; repairs, $179.10; water, $40.21; sundries, $32.99 1,984 61 

New Brunswick, Buildings Generally: — Sundries 3 40 

Maritime Provinces, Buildings Generally: — Advertising, $514.02; electric bulbs, 

$1.368.34 ; sundries, $23.34 1,905 70 

St. John, Dist. Res. Architect's Office: — Dist. res. architect, W. W. Allingham, 
$3,120; stenographers, M. C. Irvine, $1,380, L. F. Ward, $735; travelling expenses, 
W. W. Allingham, $529.19; postage, $139.08; telegrams, $142.27; telephone tolls, 

$306.56; sundries, $139.04 6,491 14 

387,123 38 

QUEBEC — QUEBEC 

Abord-a-Plouffe, Post Office:— Rent 

Acton Vale, Public Building: — Caretaker, G. Marcile. $1,080 (quarters $300 not 

included), care of clock, $50; sundry labour, $65.52; heat, $279.10; light, $157.55; 

repairs, $304.70; supplies, $88; water, $150; sundries, $57.32 

Amos, Public Building: — Caretaker, F. Gagne, Dec. 24-Mar. 31, $260.65 (quarters 

$211.61 not included); furniture, $962.92; heat, $373.83; light, $101.52; supplies, 

$57.76; water, $32.03; lamps, $7.41 

Amqui, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, A. Aubin, $209.74 (quarters 

$211.61 not included); sundry labour, $24.57; heat, $250.24; light, $271.15; 

repairs, $179.88; water, $15; furniture, $30; supplies, $37.01 

Armstrong, Customs and Immigration Building: — Heat, $90; light, $32.24 

Arthabasca, Public Building: — Caretaker, E. T. Belleau, $900 (quarters $300 not 

included), care of clock, $50; sundry labour, $49.92; heat, $438.10; light, $85.71; 

repairs, $494.04; water, $200; sundries, $85.42 

Arvida, Post Office:— Light, $130.61; rent, $1,620, less $325 paid by P.O. Dept.; 

water, $12 

Asbestos, Public Building :— Caretaker, part time, O. Desharnois, $330 (quarters 

$180 not included); heat, $322.08; light, $159.02; water, $45.31; sundries, $18.88. 
Alymer, Public Building:— Caretaker, part time, A. Malherbe, $99.96 (quarters 

$300 not included); heat, $278.62; light, $234; water, $122; sundries, $35.09 

Bagotville, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, J. Dassylva, $99.96 (quarters 

$300 not included); heat, $134.85; light, $132.24; repairs, $1,150; water, $24; 

sundries, $90.74 1,631 79 

Baie St. Paul, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, J. A. Gariepy, $300 (quarters 

$300 not included); heat, $242; light, $83.03; water, $25; sundries, $90.41 

Beauceville, East Post Office:— Rent, $960, less $225 paid by P.O. Dept 

Beauceville, West Post Office:— Rent, $300, less $150 paid by P.O. Dept.; repairs, 

$1.40 

Beauharnois, Public Building: — Caretaker, G. Morrisseau, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); sundry labour, $33.18; heat, $313.30; light, $118.07; repairs, $280.55; 

supplies, $60.36; water, $212; sundries, $1 

Beauport, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, R. P. H. Giroux, $210 (quarters 

$180 not included); heat, $197.50; light, $93.88; repairs, $1,279; supplies, $80.75; 

sundries, $58.85 

Bedford, Post Office:— Rent. $400, less $137.50 paid by P.O. Dept.; sundries, $11.05. 
Bedford, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, E. Rocheleau, Sept. 23 to Mar. 31, 

$151.40 (quarters $94 not included); furniture, $269.45; heat, $310.80; light, 

$96.77 ; sundries, $45.73 

Beebe, Customs and Immigration Building: — Caretaker, part time, E. Sheppard, 

$180; heat, $205.80; light, $180.82; repairs, $137; water, $24; supplies, $20.50 

Berthierville, Public Building : --Caretaker, D. Rockray, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); heat, $341.19; light, $110.67; repairs, $3,049.46; supplies, $56.55: 

water, $121 

Bromptonville, Post Office:— Rent, $312, less $125 paid by P.O. Dept 

Brownsburg, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, R. Belanger, $150 (quarters 

$300 not included); heat, $181.50; light, $152.05; repairs, $55.15; supplies, 

$50.68; water, $18 607 38 



480 


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2,232 


19 


1,796 


12 


1,017 
122 


59 
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2,303 


19 


1,437 


61 


875 


29 


769 


67 



740 44 
735 00 


151 


40 


1,978 46 


1,919 98 
273 55 


874 


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748 


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CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CHEF -Suite 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains federaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

quebec-Cow. — qvtBEC-Suite 

Buckingham, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, T. A. "Bisson, P.M., $199.92 

(quarters $300 not included); sundry labour, $27.40; heat, $244.71; light, $84.28; 

repairs, $153.25; water, $48; sundries, $65.53 

Cantic, Customs and Immigration Building:- — Caretaker, part time, P. Trahan, 

$600; heat, $365.70; light, $494.93; repairs, $641.50; supplies, $101.54; sundries, 

$39.50 

Cap de la Madeleine, Public Building: — Caretaker, P. Milette, April 27 to Mar. 

31, $556.67 (quarters $167 not included); sundry labour, $43.33; heat, $279.08; 

light, $197.61; repairs, $551.75; sundries, $32.50; water, $20; supplies, $50.77.. 

Cap Rouge, Farm:— Heat, $1,196.70; light, $640.13; sundries, $36 

Cap St. Ignace:— Bent, $400, less $100 paid by P.O. Dept 

Chicoutimi, Armoury: — Rent 

Chicoutimi, Public Building: — Caretaker, G. A. Blais, $1,080 (quarters $300 not 

included), care of clock, $50; char service, $300; sundry labour, $65.52; furniture, 

$61.74; heat, $494.12; light, $270.99; repairs, $2,017.92; water, $300; supplies, 

$65.95 

Clarenceville, R.C.M.P.: — Furniture 

Clarke City, Radio Station: — Furniture 

Coaticook, Public Building: — Caretaker, A. Petit, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); sundry labour, $55.23; heat, $441; light, $257.52; repairs, $3,943.60; 

supplies, $52.65; sundries, $43; water, $61.20 

Compton, Post Office: Rent, $258, less $05 paid by P.O. Dept 

Cookshire, Public Building:— Caretaker, E. A. Newport, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included) ; sundry labour, $62.40; heat, $355.52; light, $170.76; repairs, $1,029.85; 

water, $20; supplies, $27.31 

Cowansville, Armoury: — Rent 

Cowansville, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, T. W. Fournier, $390; heat, 

$288.24; light, $91.72; repairs, $163.35; sundries, $54.01 

Danville, Post Office:— Rent, $585; furniture, $1,097.80; repairs, $479.05 

Danville, Temporary Public Building:— Rent, $391.13, less $300 paid by P.O. Dept.; 

repairs, $96.83 

Disraeli, Post Office: —Rent, $525, less $150 paid by P.O. Dept 

Dolbeau, Public Building:— Caretaker, part time, E. Plourde, $300 (quarters $300 

not included); heat, $451/77; light, $270.96; repairs, $239.98; supplies, $136.39; 

water, $32.40 ; gas, $53.57 

Drummondville, Armoury: — Rent 

Drumondville, Public Building: — Caretaker, L. Champoux, $960 (quarters $300 

not included); sundry labour, $55.23; heat, $358.12; light, $356.57; repairs, 

$61.87; supplies, $120.45; water, $150; sundries, $64.09 

Dundee, Custom House : — Repairs 

East Angus, Public Building: — Caretaker, J. Vallee, $647.50 (quarters $147.50 not 

included); sundry labour, $44.73; heat, $347; light, $245.93; repairs, $3,085.35; 

water, $33.75; supplies, $30 

Ellis Bay, Radio Station:- — Furniture 

Farnham, Farm:— Heat, $293.06; light, $130.22 

Farnham, New Public Building: — Caretakers, G. Hurtubise, April 1 to Nov. 16, 

retired, $602.67 (quarters $188.32 not included), A. Archambault, July 30 to 

Mar. 31, $646.19; heat, $349.79; light, $284.20; repairs, $349; water, $100; 

sundries, $47.45 

Father Point, Transport Dept.: — Furniture 

Gaspe, R.C.M.P. : — Furniture 

Gaspe, Public Building : — Caretaker, part time, F. J. Ropert, April 1 to Mar. 8, 

$112.58; heat, $523.57; light, $253.25; repairs, $846.75; sundries, $68.96 

Granby, Armoury: — Rent 

Granby, Public Building: — Caretaker, V. Leduc, $750 (quarters $240 not included); 

sundry labour, $55.23; furniture, $137.71; heat, $859.04; light, $471.42; repairs, 

$622.66; water, $150; supplies, $99.02; sundries, $3 3,148 08 

Grand'Mere, Public Building:— Caretaker, J. A. Bellemare, $945 (quarters $300 

not included); sundry labour, $59.28; heat, $607.78; light, $226.02; supplies, 

$86.39; water, $53.92; sundries, $35.97 2,014 36 

Grande Riviere, Fisheries Dept.: — Furniture 60 63 

Hemmingford, Mines Dept.: — Furniture 91 32 

Hemmingf ord, Post Office : — Heat 18 67 

Hull, Armoury:— Rent 1,650 00 



823 


09 


2,243 


17 


1,731 71 

1,872 83 

300 00 

1,320 00 


4,706 24 
50 40 
23 94 


5,814 
193 


20 
00 


2,625 
1,500 


84 
00 


987 
2,161 


32 

85 


187 
375 


96 

00 


1,485 
493 


07 
54 


2,126 
5 


33 

39 


4,434 26 

38 50 

423 28 


2,379 30 
24 09 
30 45 


1,805 
800 


11 

00 



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DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE-Cox— DETAIL DES DEPENSES-,SV/r 

CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH-Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN ClIEF-Sulte 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains federaux, y conipris 
foyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

QUEBEC-CW. — QVtREC-Suite 

Hull. New Armoury: — Water 

Hull. Laboratory of Hygiene:— Heat, $300.35; light, $219.24; water, $117.80; 

sundries, $6.40 

Hull. Post Office:— Caretaker, J. C. Lavoie, $960 (quarters $300 not included); 

sundry labour, $62.40; heat, $694.63; light, $876.41; repairs, $138.18; supplies, 

$75.77; taxes, $367.17; water, $20.71; sundries, $86.89 

Hull. Research Station:— Furniture, $549.50; heat, $2,865.91; light, $2,190.03; 

sundries. $30.71 

Huntingdon. Public Building: — Caretaker, J. F. E. Bissonnette, $660 (quarters 

$180 not included); furniture, $71; heat, $199.20; light, $130.47; water, $12.50; 

sundries, $133.79 

Iberville. Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, I. Audet. $549.96; furniture, 

$50; heat, $185; light, $43.25; repairs. $331.72; water. $36.52; supplies. $81.35.. 
Isle Maligne, Post Office:— Furniture, $971.98; rent, $300, less $51.75 paid by P.O. 

Dept.; sundries. $46.70 

Joliette. Public Building:— Caretaker, A. St. Georges, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); sundry labour, $65.52; heat, $436.74; light, $426.97; repairs, $1,284.46; 

supplies, $118.33: water, $125 

Jonquiere. Public Building:— Caretaker, L. T. Tremblay. $960 (quarters $300 not 

included): sundry labour. $65.52; heat, $291.93; light, $138.04; repairs, $1,892.95; 

supplies, $106; water, $27.84; sundries, $86.63 

Kenogami, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, J. A. P. St. Pierre, $300 

(quarters $300 not included); heat. $355.14; light, $154.84; repairs, etc., $168.73; 

supplies, $123.82; water, $24 

Knowlton. Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, H. S. Ball, P.M., $150 (quarters 

$300 not included); heat, $236.36; light, $133.26; repairs, $245.10; sundries, 

$27.53 

Lachine. Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, B. Hudson, $300 (quarters $300 

not included); care of clock, $50; heat, $233.38; light, $173.61; repairs, $165.68; 

water, $91.96; sundries, $92.33 

Lachute. Public Building: — Caretaker, S. Chaloux. $960 (quarters $300 not in- 
cluded): sundry labour. $65.52; heat, $233.79; light, $94.35; repairs, $331.90; 

water, $73; sundries. $75.61 

Lac Megantic, Public Building:— Caretaker, H. Guerin, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); care of clock, $50; sundry labour, $65.52; heat, $432.86; light, $498.50; 

repairs, etc., $128.50; supplies, $56.35: water, $21.85 

Lacolle, Customs and Immigration Building: — Caretaker, part time. J. J. Scanlon. 

$600: furniture, $70.01; heat, $259.60; light, $772.71; repairs, $531.16; supplies, 

$48.21 

La Malbaie. Public Building: — Caretaker, J. A. Lefrancois, $960 (quarters $300 

not included); care of clock, $50; heat, $517.35; light, $174.90; repairs, $113.35; 

supplies, $55.44 ; water, $50 ; sundries, $35 

Laniel, Agriculture Dept. : — Furniture 

La Prairie, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, B. Bonneterre, $109.92 

(quarters $165 not included); heat, $199.91; light, $110.24; repairs, $79.11; 

water, $45; sundries, $87.38 631 56 

L'Assomption Farm:— Furniture, $86.05; heat, $516.02; light, $238.39; sundries, 

$6.68 847 14 

L'Assomption, Public Building:— Heat, $273.64; repairs, $129.75; sundries, $27.72. 431 11 

L'Assomption Post Office : — Light 4 00 

L'Assomption, Temporary Post Office: — Caretaker, part time. J. E. Desnoyers, 

$300 (quarters $300 not included); light, $76.04; rent, $638.57; supplies, $55.72; 

water, $78; sundries, $5 1,153 33 

La Tuque. Public Building: — Caretaker, P. E. Begin, $600 (quarters $180 not 

included); heat, $350.65; light, $150.94; supplies, $57.11; water, $65.96; sundries, 

T $52 1,276 66 

Lennoxville, Farm:— Heat, $796.25; light, $442.89 1,239 14 

Lennoxville, Post Office:— Caretaker, part time, W. H. Abbott, P.M., $600; light, 

$41.06; water, $10; sundries, $47.70 '. 698 76 

Lennoxville, Temporary Post Office:— Rent, $475.80; repairs, $200 675 80 

Lennoxville, University. C.O.T.C.:— Rent allowance 312 50 

Les Eboulements, Post Office:— Rent, $700, less $50 paid by P.O. Dept.; sundries, $2 652 00 

Levis, C.N.R. Station, mailroom:— Rent, $150; sundries, $33.80 183 80 



132 


13 


643 


79 


3,282 


16 


5,636 


15 


1,206 


96 


1,277 


SO 


1,266 


93 


3,417 


02 


3,568 91 


1,126 


53 


792 


25 


1,106 


90 


1,834 


17 


2,213 


58 


2,281 


69 


1,956 
26 


04 
10 



Pant U— 26 

PUBLIC WORKS — TRAVAUX PUBLICS 

CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CSEP -Suite 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains f ederaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

QUEBEC-Co». — qWEBEC-Suite 

Levis, Public Building: — Caretaker, J. Gaumond, $960 ^(quarters $300 not in- 
cluded); char service, $432; care of clock, $50; sundry labour, $65.52; heat, 
$488.67; light, $263.21; repairs, $769.25; supplies, $64.38; water, $250; sundries, 
$12.20 3,355 23 

L'Islet, Public Building:— Caretaker, part time, I. Menard, $318.39; heat, $184.50; 

light, $74.39; water, $25; sundries, $53.44 655 72 

Longueuil, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, Jos. Robert, $300 (quarters 
$300 not included); sundry labour, $34.44; heat, $321.50; light, $81.84; repairs, 
$106.59; supplies, $82.55; water, $86.33 1,013 25 

Loretteville, Public Building: — 'Caretaker, part time, L. Rheaume, P.M. (quarters 
$300 in lieu of salary); heat, $365.08; light, $98.06; repairs, $131.99; supplies, 
$48.15 643 28 

Louiseville, Public Building: — Caretaker, G. A. Caron, $960 (quarters $300 not 
included); sundry labour, $133.64; heat, $70.67; light, $86.42; repairs, $108.35; 
supplies, $65.95; water, $31 ; sundries, $32.82 1,488 85 

Magog, Armoury: — Rent 1,680 00 

Magog, Public Building: — Caretaker, J.-Dearsley, $1,080 (quarters $300 not in- 
cluded); sundry labour, $65.52; heat, $577; light, $188.44; repairs, $234.89; 
supplies, $73.60; water, $78.56; sundries, $1.70 2,299 71 

Maniwaki, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, C. A. Roy, P.M., $240 (quarters 
$300 not included); heat, $514.92; light, $140.77; repairs, $661.45; water, $51; 
sundries, $111.16 1,719 30 

Marieville, Public Building: — Caretaker, S. Gaudreau, $960 (quarters $300 not in- 
cluded) ; sundry labour, $65.52; heat, $323.55; light, $117.28; repairs, $254.15; 
water, $88.35; sundries, $31.65 1,840 50 

Matane, R.C.M.P.:— Repairs 1 00 

Matane, Public Building:— Caretaker, R. Coulombe, $960 (quarters $300 not in- 
cluded) ; heat, $416.40; light, $387.60; water, $100; sundries. $130.37 1,994 37 

Mont Joli, Post Office:— Fireman. F. Gendron, Jan. 23 to Mar. 15, $15.30; rent, 

$847.92. less $262.57 paid by P.O. Dept., repairs, $281.81 882 46 

Mont Joli, Public Building:— Light 21 05 

Mont Laurier, Public Building :• — Caretakers, part time, A. Juteau, April 1 to 
June 14, $123.33; D. Taillon, June 15 to Oct. 14. $129.51; M. Taillon, Oct. 15 
to Mar. 31, $180.32; sundry labour, $34.44; heat, $187.38; repairs, $64.99; light, 
$49.41; water, $20; supplies, $6 795 38 

Montmagny, Public Building:— Caretaker, G. Boulanger, $960 (quarters $300 not 
included); heat, $319.05; light, $120.77; repairs, $55; supplies, $85.90; water, 
$112.50; sundries, $41.01 1,694 23 

Montreal, Agriculture Dept.: — Furniture 22 50 

Montreal, Archives, Chateau de Ramesay: — Rent 400 00 

Montreal, Canadian Pulp and Paper Research: — Rent, $10,305.20; repairs, $135; 

sundries, $41.39 10,481 59 

Montreal, Canal Customs Office:— Light, $20.65; water, $23.62; sundries, $29.33.. 73 60 

Montreal, Inspection, Trade and Commerce Dept.: — Repairs 10 50 

Montreal, Old Custom House:- — Cleaners at $1,140, A. Ethier, R. Lepage, 
J. McManus; W. Mayoh, April 1 to Sept. 10, $506.67, resigned; firemen at $700, 
A. Caron, G. N. Poulin; watchman, E. M. Hayvren, $1,200; char service, $450; 
uniforms, $19.60; furniture, $658.40; heat, $1,210.57; light, $1,710.53; repairs, 
$2,439.88; water, $901.69; sundries, $13.54 13,930 88 

Montreal, New Examining Warehouse: — 

Caretaker, W. C. Thurgood 1,260 00 

Cleaners: A. Attree, $1,140; J. A. R. Daoust, July 13 to Mar. 31, $732.10; E. E. 
Glidden, $797.90; J. H. Gagne, 3 m. to June 30, $225; O. R. Holmes, $1,140; 
R. Kay, $1,140; L. Lacasse, $1,125; F. C. Lee, $1,140; J. LeTual, $1,020; 
W. Lucas, $1,127.44; G. Seers, April 19 to Mar. 31, $969; L. Wolgensinger, 

July 4 to Mar. 31, $756.77 11,313 21 

Elevatormen: J. H. Baron, $1,200; A. Barrette, $1,260; E. Bernier, $1,185; 
A. Bisaillon, $1,080; R. Donovan, $1,200; G. Downham, less 1 d. Jan., $1,196.77; 
J. J. Duguay, $1,200; G. Dupuis, $1,080; E. Gascon, less 2 d. Mar., $1,193.55; 
E. E. Gliddon, Jan. 13 to Mar. 31, $235.16; T. F. Hughes, $1,260; G. Loiselle, 
$1,200; H. Messier, $1,080; A. Paquette, less \ d. Mar., $1,198.39; A. W. Salter, 
April 1 to Jan. 12, resigned, $938.71; E. F. Hall Tompkins, $1,200; C. Varin, 
$1,260; G. C. H. Whittle, $1,200; S. Woodhall, April to Oct. (deceased) $700. . . 20,867 58 
Engineers: A. Collins, April to July, retired, $460; D. Currel, $1,515; A. I. Lavoie, 
April, Oct. 3 to Mar. 31, $832.26 2,807 26 



Part U— 27 
DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE-Co?;. — DETAIL DES DEPENSES-Siu'te 



CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CHEF -Suite 

V te — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains f ederaux, y compris 
lovers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

qvEBEC-Con. — QUEBEC-$iutfe 

Montreal New Examining Warehouse-Gone. 

Firemen-labourers: P. Deguire, $1,260; E. Vallee, $1,380 2,640 00 

Firemen: J. A. Heroux. $665; A. Plamont, $700 1,365 00 

Steam power plant engineer, R. W. Dawes 2,220 00 

Foreman of char service, F. Taylor 1,320 00 

Char service, $6,508.91; labourer, A. Bergeron, $900.72; uniforms, $361.30 7,770 93 

Furniture, $4,618.24; heat, $7,959.42; light and power, $18,309.35; repairs, 

$7,940.29; supplies, $275.50; water, $2,861.84; sundries, $5.70 41,970 34 

Montreal, Old Examining Warehouse: — Cleaners, V. A. G. Davies, $1,140; W. J. 
Drurv. $1,140, W. B. Henry, $1,020, H. Lachapelle, $1,110, A. Pare, July 11 to 
Mar. 31, $737.58; elevatormen, H. J. Cowan, $1,200; A. D. Roy, $1,200; engineer, 
D. Brown, $1,500; firemen, V. Desroches, Feb.-Mar., $190; J. H. Moirier, $665; 
A. Paul, April, Oct. 1 to Jan. 3, (resigned), $404.68; fireman-labourer, L. Morin, 
$1,260; char service, $1,311.25; uniforms, $61; furniture, $262.69; heat, $2,357.46; 
light and power. $5,594.19; repairs, $1,324.86; water, $189.01; sundries, $35 22,702 72 

Montreal. Fumigation Plant:— Furniture, $83.95; heat, $427.69; light, $896.72; 

water, $141.75: repairs. $69.29 1,619 4C 

Montreal, Immigration Building: — Heat, $1,744.86; light and power, $1,335.28; 
water. $353.19 .' . ■ .. 3,433 33 

Montreal. Inland Revenue Building (old): — Clerk, gr. 4, M. Carey, $1,920; cleaner, 
J. Mcllwaine. $1,020; elevatorman, W. Fauteux. $1,050; furniture. $1,127.89; 
heat. $728.85; light and power, $407.04; repairs, $204.55; supplies, $95.91; water, 
$278.33 '. ......... ...!'..... 6,832 57 

Montreal, Marine Dept., Signal Service:— Rent, $1,400; repairs, 55c 1,400 55 

Montreal. National Defence: — Rent: First Canadian Motor Machine Gun Brigade, 
$4,671.25; Grace Dart Home, $1,620; Loyola College, C.O.T.C, $1,238; McGill 
University. C.O.T.C, $555; Medical Units, $2,700; R.C.N.V.R., $3,540; Signals, 
$23,700; Wes,tmount Armoury, $1 38,025 25 

Montreal, Pensions and National Health:— Repairs 224 10 

Montreal Post Office: — 

Cleaners: H. B. Alguire, $55; A. Allen, $1,140; J. Dubuc, $1,020; G. W. Lees, 
April 1 to Feb. 13, $889.47; H. Martin, $1,200; J. G. Nicholas, $1,140; L. 

Prudhomme, $1,200; J. Paris, $163.35; J. P. Roy, $1.200 8,007 82 

Elevatormen: A. J. Casavant, $1,200; G. B. Jones. $1,080; G. W. Lees, Feb. 14 to 
Mar. 31, $138.21; A. Noel, $1,200; O. Renaud, $1,200; T. Ritchie, $1,080; 
J. Savoie, $1,200: P. Stundon, $1,200; J. Wright, April 1 to Feb. 13, retired, 

$1,046.43 9,344 64 

Firemen : W. Arcand, $700 ; J. Enright, $735 1,435 00 

Firemen-labourers. A. Fleury, $1,260; A. Tremblav, $1,260 2,520 00 

Watchmen: W. Anderson, $1,200; G. Genereux, $960; T. Hardigan, $1,200; A. A. 

Metivier, April to Jan. 31 (deceased) , $1,000 4,360 00 

Foreman of char service, O. Aubin, $1,260; char service, $450; uniforms, $249.65. 1,959 65 

Heat, $2,532.28; light and power, $7,923.29; repairs, $499.47; water, $2,070.32; 
sundries, $31.01 13,056 37 

Montreal, Postal Station "A":-— Light, $178.04; sundries, $7.13 185 17 

Montreal, Postal Station " B ":— Char service. $450; furniture, $54.74; heat, $671.70; 

light, $759.24; water, $1,105.20; sundries, $27.90 3,068 78 

Montreal, Postal Station " C "*':— Cleaners, J. C. E. Birtz. $1,140; H. Filliatreault, 
$285; fireman. A. Allard, $700; heat, $757.52; light, $386.13; repairs, $203.30; 
water, $474.82 ; sundries, $39.31 3,986 08 

Montreal, Postal Station " D ":— Cleaner, H. Desautels, $1,020; heat, $424.33; 

light, $555.41; repairs, $81.38; water, $238.95; sundries, $12.26 2,332 33 

Montreal, Postal Station "E": — Fireman-labourer, P. D. McKeough, $1,260; heat, 

$500.58; light, $491.43; repairs, $395.70; water, $187.77; sundries, $4.50 2,839 98 

Montreal, Postal Station " F ":— Fireman-labourer, A. Menard, $1,260; heat, 

$622.78; light, $313.37; water, $256.11; sundries, $43.15 2,495 41 

Montreal, Postal Station " G ":— Cleaner, A. Lajeunesse, $1,200; heat, $724.52; 

light and power, $610.73; repairs. $172.62; water, $315; sundries, $5.21 3,028 08 

Montreal. Postal Station " H ":'— Cleaners at $1,140, W. E. Atkins, J. Bachand, 
J. A. Monette, E. G. Vanne; A. Cunningham, $1,152.50; D. Dupre, $1,020; 
elevatorman, H. Laurendeau, $1,200; fireman, J. P. Baird, $700; fireman- 
labourer, G. Belval, $1,260; char service, $1,350; uniforms, $37; furniture, 
$124.10; heat, $1,444.91; light and power, $5,821.70; repairs, $1,184.21; sundries, 
$11.48; water, $2,211.38 22,077 28 

Montreal, Postal Station "L": — Fireman-labourer, E. Donnelly, $1,260; char service, 

$450; heat, $899.72; light, $424.14; repairs, $251.56; water, $179.91; sundries, $4.25 3,469 58 



Part U— 28 

PUBLIC WORKS — TRAVAUX PUBLICS 

CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CHEF -Suite 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains federaux, y compris 
lovers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

quebec-Cow. — QVEBEG-Suite 

Montreal, Postal Station "M":— Hea.t, $103.81; light, $72.93; rent, $780; repairs, 

$90.58; water, $39.37 1,086 69 

Montreal, Postal Station " N " and Labelle Building:— Light and power, $649.75; 

rent, $27,641.68; water, $1,578.25; sundries, $84.21 29,953 89 

Montreal, Postal Station "O": — Caretaker, part time, J. L. Rousseau, $300 

(quartern $180 not included); furniture, $54.60; heat, $284.98; light, $362.95; 

rent, $2,250; water, $95.25; sundries, $13.42 3,361 20 

Montreal, Postal Station "R": — Heat, $391.12; light, $237.66; repairs, $109.92; 

water, $236.25; sundries, $1.98 976 93 

Montreal, Postal Station "$":■ — Caretaker, part time, Mrs. A. Morin (quarters 

$300 in lieu of salary); heat, $329.71; repairs, $138.67; light, $182.25; water, 

$160.20; sundries, 79c 811 62 

Montreal, Postal Station "T ".-—Cleaner, J. Pronovost, $1,140; light, $412.86; rent, 

$14,466.38; water, $787.50; sundries, $16.49 16,823 23 

Montreal, Bonaventure Postal Station: — Labour, $249.90; current for trucks, 

$998.75; rent. $461.25; truck repairs, $132.36 1,842 26 

Montreal, Delorimier Postal Station:— Cleaner, A. Lanctot, $1,140; heat, $191.14; 

light, $292.47; rent, $3,000; water, $160.20; sundries, $5.33 4,789 14 

Montreal, Hochelaga Postal Station: — Caretaker, part time, J. F. Surprenant, 

$290.04 (quarters $180 not included); heat, $562.19; light, $336.21; repairs, 

$75.16; water, $191.71; sundries, $2 1,457 31 

Montreal, Notre Dame de Grace Postal Station (New) : — Caretaker, J. L. E. 

Larin, $960 (quarters $300 not included); fireman-labourer, F. Walker, $1,260; 

heat, $842.90; light and power, $504.73; repairs, $60.48; water, $708.75; sundries, 

$20.12 4,356 98 

Montreal, Outremont Postal Station: — Fireman-labourer, B. Hughes, $1,260; heat, 

$165.76; light, $289.32; water, $75; sundries, $12.92 1,803 00 

Montreal, Place Viger Postal Station:— Rent, $246; truck repairs, $162.50 408 50 

Montreal, St. Henri Postal Station: — Caretaker, P. Morin (quarters $180, in lieu of 

salary); char service, $168.15: heat, $362.21; light, $455.58; repairs, $233.90; 

water, $141.74; sundries. $12.25 1,373 83 

Montreal, Verdun Postal Station: — Caretaker, J. Fournier, $960 (quarters $300 

not included); heat. $533.76; light, $103.95; repairs. $114.74; water, $176.58 1,889 03 

Montreal, Windsor Station Mailroom: — Labour, $180.53; current for trucks, 

$138.06; rent. $462: truck repairs, $246.25 1,026 84 

Montreal, Postal Terminal Building: — 

Cleaners: W. J. Boots, $1,200; J. P. A. Caron, $980.03: O. Denis, $1,140; J. B. 
Desjardins, $316.13; W. Daoust, April-Dec, $765; V. Forest, $828.60; A. 
Gagnon, $1,112.11; I. Grenier, $1,140; E. Legault, $1,017.26; F. Parek, $1,020; 
E. Payon, $1,020; O. Pineault, April-Feb. (deceased), $920; A. Rondeau, 
$1,108.37 ; L. Thouin, $1,020 13,587 50 

Elevatormen: A. Bonhomme, $1,140; A. Donovan, .$1,080; W. Daoust, J.an.-Mar., 
$270; W. Galarneau, $1,080; A. Jones. $1,080; J. A. Michaud, $1,080; J. S. 
Prendergast, $1,080; H. G. Robinson, $1,200; R. H. Wilson, $1,155; W. G. 
Yates, $1.080 10,245 00 

Engineers: F. Brady. May 2-Mar. 31, $1,535.48; W. J. Carmichael, $1,500; H. 
Cote, Oct. 12-Mar. 31, $677.42; H. Daoust, Oct. 6-M.ar. 31, $700.65; J. Forgues, 
$1,560; J. Quinn, $1,440; J. Ryan, Dec. 27-Mar. 31. $379.35; P. E. A. Salvail, 
Oct.-Mar.. $840 8,632 90 

Fireman, O. DeFrancisco 700 00 

Firemen-labourers: B. Boles, $1,260; J. M. Dupuis, $1,034.29; A. Jodoin, $1,260; 

W. Lavoie, $1,260; D. F. Thompson, $1,260 6,074 29 

Foreman of char service, V. J. Lauze. $1,200; char service, $3,600 4,800 00 

Labourers: A. Bazinet, $81.46; M. R. Gordon, $883.45; M. McMahon, $490.55; 

C. McGuire, $60.86; C. Pelletier, $624.62; uniforms, $58.05 2,198 99 

Furniture, $3,61'8.30; heat. $11,280.74: light and power, $24,955.79; supplies, 

$382.15; repairs. $8,781.17; trucks, $417.87; water, $2,802.76; sundries, $11.32.. 52,250 10 

Montreal, R.C.M.P.:— Furniture 501 19 

Montreal, Stephens Building:— Light. $94.95; rent, $2,250; sundry, $6.61 2,351 56 

Montreal, St. Maurice Garage: — Rent 744 00 

Montreal, Buildings Generally: — Bricklaver, $1,801.56; carpenters, $14,164.91; 

carpenter's helper, $1,351.20; chauffeur. $1,013.40; electricians, $18,546.31; 

electricians' helpers, $2,477.16; engineers, $360; firemen, $190; foremen, $8,242.08; 

labourers, $35,069.54; machinists, $2,927.52; mechanics' helpers, $2,050.80; painters, 

$6,770.50; plasterer, $1,801.56; plumbers and fitters, $3,378; caretaker's supplies, 



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CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH-Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CHEV -Suite 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 

_Con. Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains federaux, y compris 

loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

QUEBEC-Con. — QutBEO-Suite 

Montreal Buildings Generally-Cone. _ Ann , nn , 

$5 445 54; electric lamps, $3,820.07; general repairs, $2,310.64; car repairs, 
$124 63; Chevrolet truck, $1,177.90, less allowance $317.90 on used truck; advertis- 
ing $225 38; removing debris from buildings, $1,920; telephone tolls, $131.49; 

window cleaning, $3,000 ; sundries, $139.16 ,•;••'• 118 > 121 45 

Nicolet Public Building: — Caretaker, J. W. H. Bourdon, $1,260; sundry labour, 
$65 52; heat, $242.42: light, $106.04; repairs, $510.16; water, $75.80; sundries, 

$91.93 ' 2 - 351 87 

Noranda Post Office: Rent, $1,800, lees $750 paid by P.O. Dept 1,050 00 

Normandin, Experimental Station : ^Furniture, $46.40; heat, $744.04; light, $674.63 1,465 07 

Normandin. Post Office:— Rent, $550, less $150 paid by P.O. Dept 400 00 

North Hatley, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, J. Seguin, Nov. 22-Mar. 31, 

$139.75; heat, $158.61; supplies, $45.30; sundries, $40.23 383 89 

Oka, Indian Agent, Mines and Resources: — Furniture 61 33 

Perce, Public Building: — Caretakers, part time, J. Methot, ST., Sept. 5-Nov. 6, $54.25, 
J Methot, jr., Nov. 7-Mar. 31, $126; furniture. $254.20; heat, $212.50; sundries, 

$26.72 673 67 

Phillipsburg. Immigration Office:— Heat, $72.50; repairs, $4.82 77 32 

Pierreville, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, A. P. Charland (quarters $180 
in lieu of salary); heat, $149.47; light, $66.48; repairs, $47.35; water, $19; 

supplies, $47.50 329 80 

Plessisville, Public Building:— Caretaker, R. Belanger, $960 (quarters $300 not 
included); heat, $402.62; light, $127.38; repairs, $55.59; water, $62.50; sundries, 

$49.52 1,657 61 

Pointe Claire, Public Building:— Caretaker, J. V. Legault, Nov. 7-Mar. 31, $145.97 

(quarters $72 not included) ; heat, $215.03; sundries, $38.72 399 72 

Quebec, Annuities Branch: — Rent 480 00 

Quebec Agriculture Dept., Carrel Building: — Char service, $432; furniture, $162.98; 

rent, $1,650; repairs, $187.73; sundries, $16.95 2,449 66 

Quebec, Arms and Ammunition Office: — Rent 4,964 15 

Quebec, Citadel, Governor General's Quarters: — Caretaker, R. M. levers, $1,260; 
stat. eng. II, O. Lepage, $1,560; stat. engs. I, seasonal, F. X. Boisvert, $765, 
J. A. Guillemette, $765; fireman-labourer, A. O'Connor, $1,260; labourer, H. 
Michaud, $336; sundry labour, $485.30; heat, $2,264.43; light, $1,759.53; repairs, 

$3,285.87; sundries, 15c 13,741 28 

Quebec, Custom House: — Caretaker, J. Patry, $960 (quarters $300 not included); 
elevatormen. J. P. Bedard, $1,260, J. A. Martin. $1,260; fireman, seasonal. G. 
Duchesneau, $735; firemen-labourers, C. Leelerc, $1,260, A. Vallerand, $1,260; 
char service, $2,160; care of clock, $37.50; uniforms, $56.54; furniture, $913.19; 
heat, $1,496.11; light and power, $1,821.79; repairs, $2,578; supplies, $213.50; 

water, $1,400 17,411 63 

Quebec, Dairy Produce Grader, Agriculture Dept.: — Furniture 32 50 

Quebec, Examining Warehouse: — Caretaker. E. Renaud (quarters $300 in lieu of 
salary); elevatorman, E. Rouleau, $1,155; stat. eng. I, A. Chouinard, $1,380; 
fireman, seasonal, J. H. Paquet, April, Oct. 5-Mar. 31, $687.10; fireman-labourer, 
J. E. Gagnon, $1,260; char service, $864; heat, $871.70; light and power, $1,388.71; 

repairs, $1,241.43; supplies, $68.60; water, $787.50 9,704 04 

Quebec, Harbour Commission Bldg.: — Sundries 10 

Quebec, Immigration Building:— Heat, $2,531.12; light, $1,050.31; water, $254.89.. 3,836 32 

Quebec, Laval University. C.O.T.C.:— Rent 1,000 00 

Quebec, Immigration Detention Hospital:— Light, $806.67; heat, $3,633.73; water, 

$55.79 4,496 19 

Quebec, Marine Agency Stores: — Furniture, $64.50; heat, $509.88; repairs, 

S372.35 : water, $750 1,696 73 

Quebec, Pensions and National Health, Belanger Block: — Rent 1,644 77 

Quebec, Post Office: — Caretakers, O. B. Leelerc, April-Jan. (deceased), $966.60 
(quarters $250 not included), L. Savard. Jan. 28-Mar. 31. $202.26; cleaner, 
A. Garneau, $1,200; elevatormen, L. Lemelin, $1,260, L. Trudel, $1,095; stat. 
engs. I, L. O. Bilodeau. $1,365.16, A. Bourassa, $1,440; fireman. C. Drolet, $700; 
firemen-labourers. P. Maranda, $1,380, J. P. M. Mignault, $1,260; watchman, 
W. A. J. Fournel, $960; char service, $5,153.23; care of clock, $75; sundry 
labour, $70.07; uniform, $28.26; furniture, $359.78; heat, $2,443.60; light and 
power, $4,160.10; repairs, $2,781.33; supplies, $475.03; water, $1,312.50; sun- 
dries, $2.53. 28,690 45 



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CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CHEF-Su/fe 



Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains federaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc -Suite 

QUEBEO(7o». — QUEBEC-$Mi£e 

Quebec, West Public Building: — Caretakers, part time, E. Lapointe, Oct 1-25 
Nov. 24-Feb. 17, $106.34, J. J. Cocks, Oct. 26-Nov. 23, $28, L. Berube Feb 18- 
Mar. 31, $40.62; heat, $125.34; sundries, $53.93 354 23 

Quebec, Postal Station "A": — Cleaner, L. J. Vezina, $1,117.34; sundry labour, 
$482.53; rent, $9,000; repairs, $485.73; light and power, $1,495.66; supplies, 
$118.73 12,699 99 

Quebec, Postal Station "B": — Caretaker, J. M. Youde, $960 (quarters $300 not 
included); sundry labour, $65.52; heat, $369.22; light, $180.43; repairs, $299.99; 
supplies, $67.10; water, $134 2,076 26 

Quebec, Limoilou Postal Station:— Caretaker, J. M. Arsenault, $960 (quarters 
$300 not included); sundry labour, $65.52; heat, $388.21; light, $96.23; repairs, 
$223.56: supplies, $61.79; water, $206 2,001 31 

Quebec, Postal Terminal Bldg.: — Rent 5 00 

Quebec, N.D.D. Storage Dominion Arsenal: — Rent 550 00 

Quebec, Radio Inspectors' Car Garage: — Rent 240 00 

Quebec, R.C.N.V.R.:— Rent 1,020 00 

Quebec, St. Roch Postal Station:— Caretaker, part time, J. B. Turcotte, $559.92; 
char service, $432; heat, $517.32; light, $201.57; repairs, $260.66; water, $375; 
sundries, $12.95 2,359 42 

Quebec, St. Sauveur Postal Station: — Caretakers, N. Gauvin, April 1-Sept. 21 
(retired), $513 (quarters $142.50 not included), A. Roth, Sept. 22-Mar. 31, 
$152.21 (quarters $94.50 not included); sundry labour, $27.09; heat, $312.60; 
light, $158.65; repairs, $596.82; supplies, $122.35; water, $155; sundries, 50c. .. 2,038 22 

Quebec, National Defence Dept.:— Rent 2,100 00 

Quebec, R.C.M.P.:— Furniture, $183.01; sundries, $7 190 01 

Quebec. Steamship Inspector's Office, Transport Dept.: — ^Sundry labour, $53.88; 

furniture, $70.75; rent, $631.64; sundries, $1.50 757 77 

Quebec, Transport Dept., Pilotage Bldg.:— Furniture, $132.46; repairs, $18.04 150 50 

Quebec City Buildings Generally:— Carpenters, $3,729.20; electrician, $1,461.20; 
decoration for French Language Congress, $1,009; furniture, $57.22; supplies, 
$236; repairs, $101.46; gratuity to daughter of late E. Lefebvre, $229.60 6,823 68 

Rawdon, Post Office:— Rent, $780, less $175 paid by P.O. Dept.; light, $48.74; 
water, $20 673 74 

Richmond, Public Building:— Caretaker, A. J. Proulx, $960 (quarters $300 not 
included); care of clock, $50; sundry labour, $56.16; heat, $407.73; light, $280.33; 
repairs, etc., $257.46; supplies, $72.35; water, $48 2,132 03 

Rigaud, Public Building:— Caretaker, G. Seguin, April 1-29. Sept. 26-Mar. 31, 
$193.24 (quarters $178.34 not included); care of clock, $50; heat, $312.73; 
repairs, $135.09; light, $44.63; water, $17; supplies, $18.25 770 94 

Rigaud, Temporarv Post Office:— Caretaker, G. Seguin, April 30-Sept. 25, $253.38; 

rent, $480; repairs, $220 953 38 

Rimouski, Engineer's Office :— Rent 1,400 00 

Rimouski, Public Building: — Caretaker, A. Martin, $960 (quarters $300 not in- 
cluded) ; sundry labour, $65.52; heat, $330.46; light, $556.87; repairs, $290.72; 
supplies, $46.70; water, $150 2,400 27 

Riviere du Loup, Public Building: — Caretaker, Mde. O. Gagnon, $720 (quarters 
$240 not included); heat, $505.03; light, $233.78; repairs, $512.01; water, $218.75; 
sundries, $24.59 2,214 16 

Riviere du Loup, Station Post Office:— Rent, $480, less $425 paid by P.O. Dept 55 00 

Roberval, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, A. Jacques, $330 (quarters $180 
not included); heat, $257.32; light, $222.90; repairs, etc., $1,433.87; supplies, 
$72.25; water, $25 2,34134 

Rock Island, Customs and Immigration Building:— Caretaker. G. Seguin. $840; 
sundry labour, $38.34; heat, $319.22; light, $233.61; repairs, $217.46; water, $30; 
supplies, $34.86 1,713 49 

Rock Island, Post Office:— Caretaker, P. E. Ricard, $960 (quarters $300 not in- 
cluded) ; sundry labour, $38.34; care of clock, $50; heat, $454.88; light, $214.60; 
repairs, $76.16; water, $50; sundries. $25.43 1,869 41 

Rouyn, Public Building: — Caretaker, J. E. Rioux. $960 (quarters $300 not in- 
cluded); heat, $441.09; light, $197.17; repairs, $216.75; supplies, $60.65; water, 
$94.02; sundries, $4.95 1,974 63 

Ste. Agathe des Monts, Public Building: — Caretaker, L. S. Grignon, $960 (quarters 
$300 not included); sundry labour, $65.52; furniture, $782.47; heat, $440.96; 
light, $251.34; repairs, $408.46; supplies, $87.45; water, $71.73; sundries, $1.52.. 3,069 45 



Pairt U— 31 
DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE-Con. — DETAIL DES DEPENSES-Smte 

CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH-Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CHEF-Su«e 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains federaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

qVEBEC-Con. — QUEBEC-S uite 

St. Andrews, East, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, J. Larocque, Feb. 28- 

Mar. 31, $59.20; heat, $87.09; sundries, $42.87 189 16 

Ste. Anne de Beaupre, Public Building:- — Caretaker, part time, E. Bolduc, $135 
(quarters $180 not included); furniture, $58.27; heat, $190.50; light, $269.87; 

repairs, $197.57; water, $46.66; supplies, $50.12 

Ste. Anne de Bellevue, Military Hospital:— Rent, land, $1,500, siding, $62.75 

Ste. Anne de Bellevue, Post Office: — Caretaker, part time. J. C. Crevier. P.M. 
(quarters $300 in lieu of salary); heat, $435.88; light, $105.56; repairs, $157.64; 

water, $44.80 ; supplies, $17 

Ste. Anne des Monts, Post Office : —Pent, $480, less $175 paid by P.O. Dept 

Ste. Anne de la Pocatiere Farm:— Furniture, $136.05; heat, $1,248.11; light and 

power, $490.27 

Ste. Anne de la Pocatiere, Public Building:— Heat, $199.01; light, $75.18; sundries, 

$51.90 

St. Charles de Bellechasse, Public Building:- — Caretaker, part time, H. De Launiere 

(deceased), Feb. 22-Mar. 31, $24.48, H. Rouleau, May 20-Feb. 15, $174.71; 

furniture, $164.55; heat, $178.99; supplies, $61.82; sundries, $49.78 

Ste. Clothilde, Experimental Station:— Furniture, $63.55; heat, $136.36; light and 

power, $60.78 

Ste. Eustache, Post Office:— Rent, $360, less $150 paid by P.O. Dept.; light, $15.80; 

water, $15; sundries. $12.10 

St. Gabriel de Brandon. Public Building :— Caretaker, J. O. Granger, $960 

(quarters $300 not included); sundry labour, $65.52; heat, $249; light, $114.23; 

repairs, $570.84: water, $125; sundries, $30.62 

St. Hubert, Airport:— Furniture, $490.94; repairs, $17.50 

St. Hyacinthe, Customs and Excise Building: — Caretaker, A. Demers. $1,080 

(quarters $300 not included); heat, $377.04; light, $78.30; repairs, $636.17; 

supplies, $75.40; water, $212; sundries. $12.93 

St. Hyacinthe, Post Office:— Caretaker, V. Arcand, $1,080 (quarters $300 not in- 
cluded); care of clock. $50; heat, $451.16; light, $280.93; repairs, $700.47; water, 

$360 ; sundries, $59.84 

St. Jacques l'Achigan, Public Building : — Caretaker, part time, J. L. M. Dugas, 

$300 (quarters $300 not included); heat, $170; light, $88.44; repairs, $74.28; 

water, $36 ; supplies. $37.08 

St. Jean. Temporary Custom House: — Furniture, $80; rent, $1,166.13; repairs, $75. 
St. Jean. Custom House: — 'Caretaker, part time, R. Rameau, $600; water, $60; 

sundries, $46.57 

St. Jean, Post Office: — Caretaker, part time, C. Rameau, $300 (quarters $300 not 

included); heat, $395.58; light, $255.68; repairs, $528.14; water, $50; sundries, 

$37.69 

St. Jerome, Public Building: — Caretaker, E. Sigouin, $1,020 (quarters $300 not 

included): sundry labour, $65.52; heat. $508.47; light, $161.85; repairs, $166.77; 

supplies. $135.45; Avater, $48.15; sundries. $9.11 

St. Joseph d'Alma, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time. S. J. Tremblay $300 
(quarters $300 not included): heat, $448.23; light, $237.92; repairs, $944.73; 

water, $116.75; sundries, $42.70 2,090 33 

St. Joseph de Beauce, Post Office:— Rent, $575, less $300 paid by P.O. Dept.; 

sundries, $47.63 322 63 

St. Lambert. Armoury: — Rent 1,320 00 

St. Lambert, Public Building: — Caretaker, V. Beauchemin, $960 (quarters $300 

not included); sundry labour, $62.40; heat, $300.45; light, $137.70; repairs, 

$553.92; supplies, $81.71; water, $28.52 2,124 70 

St. Lambert. Radio Inspector's Car Garage. — Rent 40 00 

Ste. Marie de Beauce, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, J. E. Poulin, $300 

(quarters $300 not included); heat, $240.13; light, $84.98; repairs, etc., $128.41; 

water, $30 ; supplies, $49.25 832 77 

Ste. Martine, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, G. A. Laberge. $240; heat, 

$110.15; light, $88.10; supplies, $64.05; water, $16; sundries, $36.25 554 55 

St. Michael. Radio Coast Station: — Furniture 62 50 

St. Ours, Public Building Site.: — Snow removal 21 30 

St. Pacome, Post Office:— Rent, $669.96, less $100 paid by P.O. Dept 569 96 

St. Pascal. Public Building: — Caretaker, part time. $192.48 (quarters $180 not 

included); heat, $209.70; light, $102.56; supplies, $51.84; water, $27; sundries, 

$20.86. .• 604 44 

St. Regis, Customs and Immigration Office: — Heat 20 50 



947 99 
1,562 75 


760 88 
305 00 


1,874 43 


326 09 


654 33 


260 69 


252 90 


2,115 21 

508 44 


2,471 84 


2,982 40 


705 80 
1,321 13 


706 57 


1,567 09 


2,115 32 



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PUBLIC WORKS — TRAVAUX PUBLICS 

CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH-Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CHEF -Suite 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
_Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains federaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

quebec-Cow. — qvEBEO-Suite 

St. Regis, Indian Agent's Office:— Heat 60 00 

St. Romuald, Public Building:— Caretaker, part time, E. Cote, $300 (quarters $300 
not included); sundry labour, $34.44; heat, $234.14; light, $52.19; repairs, 

$942.61 ; water, $50 ; sundries, $40.45 

Ste. Rose, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, N. Ethier, $300 (quarters $300 

not included); heat, $216.50; light, $56.81; water, $53; sundries, $58.31 

Ste. Therese, Public Building:— Caretaker, J. H. Beaucage, $1,080 (quarters $300 
not included) ; care of clock, $50; heat, $434.25; light, $156.09; repairs, $3,690.07; 

supplies, $79.50; water, $42 5,531 91 

St. Tite, Post Office:— Light, $62.88; rent, $540, less $225, paid by P.O. Dept.; 

repairs, $201.95; water, $12; supplies, $37.50 629 33 

St. Vincent de Paul. Post Office:— Rent, $360. less $150 paid by P.O. Dept 210 00 

Sawyerville, Post Office:— Rent, $350.79, less $125 paid by P.O. Dept 225 79 

Scotstown, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, M. Lambert, Feb. 20-Mar. 31, 
$36.75 (quarters $15 not included); furniture, -$273.39; heat, $348.38; sundries, 

$38.26 696 78 

Shawinigan Falls, Public Building:— Caretaker, O. Massicotte, $960 (quarters $300 
not included); sundry labour, $185.34; heat, $551.31; light, $252.61; repairs, 

$429.94; supplies, $165.75; water, $75.64; sundries, $33.20 2,653 79 

Shawville, Public Building:— Caretaker, part time, W. T. Harris, $210 (quarters 
$180 not included); heat, $367; light, $143.75; repairs, $217; water, $27; 

supplies, $32.87 997 62 

Sherbrooke, C.P.R. Station Mailroom:— Rent, $96; repairs, $38 134 00 

Sherbrooke, Inspector of National Revenue: — Rent 500 00 

Sherbrooke, Post Office:— Caretaker, J. M. Brownlow, $1,080 (quarters $300 not 
included) ; char service, $448; sundry labour, $65.52; furniture, $110.60; heat, 
$854.32; light, $1,399.07; repairs, $1,634.15; supplies, $166.94; water, $83.04; 

sundry, $1 5,842 64 

Sherbrooke, Radio Car Garage: — Rent 60 00 

Sherbrooke, Soldier Settlement:— Furniture, $83.23; rent, $960; sundries, $24.89. ■ 1,068 12 

Sherbrooke, Weights and Measures Office: — Rent, $450; sundries, $42.50 492 50 

Sherbrooke, Whiting Building, Health Dept.:— Rent, $715; sundries, $23.64 738 64 

Sorel, Public Building:— Caretaker, J. Mongeau, $1,020 (quarters $300 not in- 
cluded); care of clock, $50; sundry labour, $65.52; heat, $1,029.75; light, 

$232.05; repairs, $485.54; supplies, $47.52; water, $250 3,180 38 

Stanstead, Public Building:— Caretaker, part time, G. B. Terrill, P.M., $150 
(quarters $300 not included); heat, $317.67; light, $130.28; repairs, $368.50; 

water, $48; supplies, $3 1,017 45 

Sutton, Post Office:— Heat. $156; rent, $360, less $250 paid by P.O. Dept 266 00 

Terrebonne, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, A. Desjardins, $300 
(quarters $300 not included); heat, $205.43; light, $87.42; repairs, $92.72; 

water, $19; supplies, $26.76 731 33 

Thetford Mines, Armoury: — Rent 1,499 94 

Thetford Mines, Public Building:— Caretaker, J. Dussault, $630 (quarters $180 
not included); sundry labour, $42.60; heat, $375.12; light, $128.09; repairs, 

$111.54; supplies, $89.40; water, $40 1,416 75 

Timiskaming. Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, R. Morin, Aug. 8-Mar. 31, 
$304.44; furniture, $182.97; heat, $241.23; light, $25.06; water, $12.50; sundries, 

$43.27 809 47 

Trois Pistoles, Post Office :— Rent 1,000 00 

Trois Rivieres, Public Building:— Caretaker, D. Guillemette, $960 (quarters $300 
not included) ; cleaner, M. Pellerin, $1,140; fireman-labourer, E. Madon, $1,260; 
char service, $1,248; heat, $1,232.46; light, $933.62; repairs, $909.88; supplies, 

$516.58; water, $1,200; sundries, $41.03 9,441 57 

Trout River, Customs and Immigration Building:— Caretaker. L. R. Lunam, $795; 

light, $352.90; heat, $255.66; repairs, $121.35; sundries, $46.39 1,571 30 

Valleyfield, Public Building:— Caretaker, C. E. French, $960 (quarters $300 not 
included); care of clock, $50; sundry labour, $49.92; heat, $670.94; light, 

$145.26; repairs, $560.30; water, $66.67; sundries, $54.49 2,557 58 

Valois, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, R. Campeau, $300 (quarters $300 

T not included); heat, $222.51; light, $122.84; water, $58.20; sundries, $8.61 712 16 

Victoriaville, Armoury: — Rent: — 1,260 00 

Tictoriaville, Public Building: — Caretaker, J. Campagna, $960 (quarters $300 not 
included); sundry labour, $65.52; heat, $493.99; light, $182.31; repairs, $588.50; 
supplies, $66.25; water, $112.50 2,469 07 



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DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE-Con. — DETAIL DES DEPENSES-Smte 

CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CHEF-Suite 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains federaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

QUEBEC-Conc. QUEBEC-i^in 

Ville Marie, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time. Z. Loiselle, P.M.. $300 
(quarters $300 not included); heat, $271.85; light, $304.06; repairs, etc., $65.09; 
supplies, $110.10 ; water, $24 1,075 10 

Waterloo, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, J. C. Marcotte, $330 (quarters 
$180 not included); care of clock, $50; heat, $325.19; light, $132.20; repairs, 
$173.20; legal services, $2,939.39; water, $22; supplies, $5.80 3,977 78 

Weedon, Post Office:— Rent, $390; repairs, $5 395 00 

Weedon. Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, E. Bernard (quarters $180 in 
lieu of salary); heat, $356.25; light, $72.28; repairs, $127; water, $36.50; sun- 
dries, $41.65 633 68 

Windsor (Mills), Post Office:— Rent, $960, less $275 paid by P.O. Dept., $685; 

repairs, $2,70 687 70 

Quebec. Public Buildings, Generally: — Travelling expenses, Raoul Chenevert, 

$28.60; electric lamps. $3,520.48; advertising, $758.82; sundries, $174.49 4,482 39 

Quebec Office:— Clerk of works, J. F. Cayouette, $1,740; junior architect, J. A. 
Drolet, Mar. 22-31, $48.39; stenog. gr. 1, M. A. Mailly, $1,020; travelling 
expenses. J. F. Cayouette, $365.90; postage, $43.95; telegrams and telephone 
tolls, $104.76 ; sundries, $102.82 3,425 82 

Montreal Office:— Supervising architect, R. Simard, Nov. 22-Mar. 31, $1,225.50; 
junior architect, G. C. Charbonneau, Dec. 5-Mar. 31, $580.65; machinist foreman, 
J. P.' Mines, $3,420 (house allowance $300 not included) ; clerk gr. 4, M. P. 
Wickham, $1,920; stenographers, gr. 3, O. Leduc, $1,440, E. J. L. Boisvert, 
gr. 2, $1,380; sundry labour, $40.65; travelling expenses, L. E. Corbeil, $836.18, 
J. Mines, $190.20, R. Simard, $586.35; living expenses in Montreal, L. E. Corbeil, 
Mar. 21, 1938-April 21, 1939, $650; King's Printer, printing, $191.46; supplies, 

$193.39; postage, $170.70; telephone tolls, $486.78; sundries, $124.27 13,436 13 

964,799 38 

ONTARIO 

Acton, Public Building: — Caretaker, C. B. Leishman, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included) ; heat, $411.24; light, $109.80; sundries, $248.51 

Alexandria, Public Building: — Caretakers, M. J. Lajoie, Sept. to Mar., $350 

(quarters $105 not included), D. A. McLeocl, April to Sept., $580 (quarters $50 

not included) ; heat, $274.95; repairs, $297.25; sundries, $400.19 

Almonte, Public Building:— Caretaker, E. J. Lee, $960 (quarters $300 not included) ; 

care of clock, $50; heat, $444.30; light, $179.39; repairs, $1,003.86; sundries, 

$163.20 

Amherstburg, Public Building: — Caretaker, J. H. Goodier, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); heat. $386.80; light, $166.94; repairs, $294.91; sundries, $208.04 

Arnprior, Public Building: — Caretakers, D. Carmichael, June 13 to Mar. 31, $579 

(quarters $45 not included), E. L. Kelly, April to June 30, $240 (quarters $75 

not included); care of clock, $50; heat, $352.62; light, $279.22; repairs, $419.82; 

sundries, $213.47 

Arthur, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, G. Green, $315; furniture, $244.07; 

heat, $183.72; sundries, $214.88 

Athens, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, W. Wykes, P.M., (quarters $300 

in lieu of salary); care of clock, $50; heat, $257; light, $135.42; repairs, $227.49; 

sundries. $77.97 

Aurora, Public Building: — Caretaker, J. C. McGhee, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included) : heat. $415.83; repairs, $172.72; sundries. $189.39 

Aylmer, Public Building:— Caretakers. C. W. Chiverton, June 3 to Mar. 31, $702.57 

(quarters $91.33 not included), J. H. Tuff, April 1 to Sept. 23. $583.50 (quarters 

$50.83 not included), (retired); care of clock, $50; heat, $504.76; light, $119; 

repairs. $631.48; sundries. $85.33 2,676 64 

Barrie, Public Building:— Caretaker, G. T. Seadon, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); care of clock, $50; heat, $531.38; light, $204.80; repairs, $132.34; 

sundries, $263 .' 2,141 52 

Barry's Bay, Public Building: — Sundries ... 3 00 

Belleville, Agriculture Dept., Fruit Branch:— Sundries \\ 41 19 

Belleville, Agriculture Dept., Parasite Laboratory: — Furniture 164 43 

Belleville, Income Tax Office:— Rent, $3,000; sundries, $33.94 3,033 94 

83106— 3u 



1,729 


55 


1,902 


39 


2,800 


75 


2,016 69 


2,134 


13 


957 


67 


747 


SS 


1,737 


94 



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PUBLIC WORKS — TRAVAUX PUBLICS 

CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CHEF-Suite 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains federaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

ontario-Cow. — Suite 

Belleville, Public Building:— Caretaker, P. E. J. Follwell, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); char service, $360; furniture, $180.18; heat, $994; light, $341.88; 

repairs, $1,767.90; sundries, $123.72; supplies, $143.03; water, $102.96 4,973 67 

Belleville, Public Building, site:— Taxes 576 83 

Belleville, Weights and Measures Office:— Heat, $114; rent, $531; sundries, $34.02.. 679 02 

Birch Cliff, Armoury:— Rent 77 78 

Blind River, Post Office:— Rent, $513, less $475 paid by Post Office Dept 38 00 

Bobcaygeon, Public Building:— Caretaker, J. Hale, Nov. 3 to Mar. 31, $129.50; 

furniture, $257.33; heat, $149.53; sundries, $258.82 795 18 

Bowmanville, Public Building:— Caretaker, R. P. Candler, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); care of clock, $50; furniture, $228.31; heat, $283; light, $114.95; 

repairs, $163.10; sundries, $110.52 1,909 88 

Bracebridge, Public Building: — Caretaker, C. Grimwood, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); care of clock, $50; heat, $492.54; light, $147.20; repairs, $149.46; 

sundries, $168.66 1,967 86 

Bradford, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, T. Batchelor, $150 (quarters 

$300 not included) ; heat, $198; sundries, $225.64 573 64 

Brampton, Public Building: — Caretaker, A. H. Nixon, $1,080 (quarters $300 not 

included); heat, $319.20; light, $116.38; repairs, $295.69; sundries, $265.59 2,076 86 

Brantford, Armoury:— Rent 3,900 00 

Brantford, Public Building: — Engineer-Caretaker, J. McCabe, $1,260 (quarters 

$300 not included); cleaners, H. E. Lynch, April to May, $200 (deceased), 

J. O'Connell, April 1 to Nov. 5, $537.50, A. A. Sherrell, Nov. 7 to Mar., $408; 

elevatorman, G. D. Meikle, $1,200; firemen-labourers, A. Hall, $1,260, H. J. Huff, 

$1,245, R. Rouse, $1,260; char service, $552; care of clock, $50; furniture, $113.09; 

heat, $1,296.50; light, $803.90; repairs, $1,137.82; sundries. $48.95; supplies, 

$135.74; water, $133.80 '. 11,642 30 

Brighton, National Defence Dept.:— Rent 225 00 

Brighton, Post Office:— Rent, $563.50 less $350 paid by Post Office Dept 213 50 

Brockville, Public Building:— Caretaker, A. T. Miller, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); char service, $360; heat, $736.50; light, $273.34; repairs, $1,115.85; 

sundries, $291.05: supplies, $104.20 3,840 94 

Brussels, Post Office: — Caretaker, F. A. Hunter, P.M. (quarters $300 in lieu of 

salary) ; heat, $189.30; light, $85.41 274 71 

Burford Post Office: — Caretaker, D. C. Stewart, $960 (quarters $300 not included); 

care of clock, $50; heat, $224.16; sundries, $281.26 1,515 42 

Burks Falls, Post Office:— Caretaker, part time, A. R. Hillis, $300 (quarters $300 

not included); heat, $385.05; light, $200.96; repairs, $688.60; sundries, $129.34... 1,703 95 

Burlington, Public Building:— Caretaker, part time, E. T. Spratling, $600; heat, 

$187.50; light, $186.87; repairs, $163.20; sundries, $110.20 1,247 77 

Campbellford, Armoury: — Rent 120 00 

Campbellford, Post Office:— Caretaker, W. Collard, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included) ; heat, $128; light, $237.34; sundries, $195.61; supplies, $115.61 1,636 56 

Cannington, Post Office: — Caretaker, part time, N. R. McPhadden, $150 (quarters 

$300 not included) ; light, $113.54; sundries, $187.80 451 34 

Capreol, Post Office:— Rent, $1,300 less $168.75 paid by Post Office Dept.; sundries, 

$47.99 1,179 24 

Cardinal, Post Office: — Caretaker, part time, G. H. Mcllveen, P.M., $60 (quarters 

$300 not included) ; heat, $233.50 ; sundries, $212.86 506 36 

Carleton Place, Public Building:— Caretaker, W. J. McGihon, $960 (quarters $300 

not included); care of clock, $50; heat, $435.82; light, $174.98; repairs, $912.46; 

sundries, $123.85 2,657 11 

Cayuga, Post Office: — Caretaker, part time, H. A. Cotter, P.M., $300 (quarters $300 

not included); heat, $140.45; light, $208.75; repairs, $196.64; sundries, $70.23 916 07 

Chalk River, Agriculture Dept., Entomological Laboratory: — Furniture 81 97 

Chapleau, Post Office:— Rent, $540, less $375 paid by Post Office Dept 165 00 

Chatham, Agriculture Dept., Entomological Laboratory: — Furniture 211 23 

Chatham, Grain Inspector's Office: — Furniture 109 36 

Chatham, Public Building: — Caretaker, T. J. Tite, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); char service, $403.20; heat, $320, gas heat, $173.98; light, $280.42; 

repairs, $500.74: sundries, $173.14; supplies, $105.45 2,916 93 

Chesley, Public Building:— C. G. Phillips, $960 (quarters $300 not included); 

care of clock, $50; heat, $365.93; light, $122.43; repairs, $362.20; sundries, $132.78 1,993 34 

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DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE-Con. — DETAIL DES DEPENSES-Smte 

CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CHEF-Sut'fe 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains federaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

ONTARio-Con. — Suite ' 

Clinton, Post Office:— Caretaker, E. G. Howes, $960 (quarters $300 not included); 

care of clock, $50; heat, $304.50; light, $141.66; sundries, $253.69 1,709 85 

Cobalt, Public Building:— Rent, $1,200 less $485 paid by Post Office Dept.; sundries, 

$49.11 764 11 

Cobden, Public Building: — Sundries 11 15 

Cobourg, Public Building: — Caretaker, J. A. Gallagher, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); furniture, $251.44; heat, $408.50; light, $214.44; repairs, $2,159.33; 

sundries, $210.36 4,204 07 

Cochrane, Public Building: — Caretaker, J. Corn.thw.aite. $750 (quarters $240 not 

included); heat, $562.52; light, $115.35; repairs, $346.34; sundries, $143.27; 

water, $111.21 2,028 69 

Collingwood, Public Building: — Caretakers, A. S. Boyce, Nov. to Mar., $450 

(quarters $25 not included), G. H. Hollinshead, April to Oct., $525 (quarters 

$175 not included); char service, $478.71; heat, $702.50; light, $264.46; repairs, 

$190.84; sundries, $134.05; water, $136.59 2,882 15 

Copper Cliff, Post Office:— Caretaker, T. Smith, $960 (quarters $300 not included); 

heat, $441; repairs, $222.63; sundries, $198.81 1,822 44 

Cornwall, Armoury: — Rent 400 00 

Cornwall. Public Building:— Caretakers, A. Latour, Oct. 31 to Mar. 31, $478.06, 

H. A. Tyrell, April 1 to Oct. 30, $522.58 (quarters $174.19 not included) ; care of 

clock, $29.02; furniture. $189.54; heat, $628.50; light, $588.26; repairs, $3,364.39; 

sundries, $62.40; supplies, $152; water, $100 6,114 75 

Delhi, Experimental Farm: — Heat, $361.55; light, $81 .59 443 14 

Delhi, Post Office:— Rent, $880 less $375 paid by Post Office Dept.; sundries, 70 cents 505 70 

Deseronto, Public Building:— Caretaker, H. R. Fraser, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); heat, $541.30; light, $153.96; repairs, $352.25; sundries, $188.99 2,196 50 

Dresden, Post Office:— Caretaker, S. Markham, $960 (quarters $300 not included); 

care of clock, $50; heat, $200; sundries, $244.78 1,454 78 

Dundas, Post Office:— Caretaker, F. E. Martin, $960 (quarters $300 not included); 

care of clock, $50; heat, $446.50; light, $130.72; repairs, $157.54; sundries, $217.93 1,962 69 

Dunnville, Armoury: — Rent 550 00 

Dunnville, New Public Building:— Caretaker, G. E. Battle, $960 (quarters $300 

not included); gas heat, $435; light, $199.13; repairs, $380.20; sundries, $135.71.. 2,110 04 

Durham, Post Office:— Caretaker, part time, J. J. Smith, P.M., $600; heat, $164.32; 

sundries, $116.64 880 96 

Dutton, Post Office:— Rent, $474.96 less $225 paid by Post Office Dept 249 96 

Earlton, Radio Range Station: — Furniture 118 95 

Eganville, Post Office: — Caretaker, part time. N. Sterling, $300 (quarters $300 not 

included) ; heat, $373.43; light, $187.47; sundries, $74.09 934 99 

Elmira, Public Building:— Caretaker, J. O. Rook, $960 (quarters $300 not included) ; 

care of clock, $50; heat, $328.20; light, $101.01; repairs, $864.87; sundries, $157.09 2,461 17 

Elora Post Office:— Caretaker, G. Duncan, $960 (quarters $300 not included) ; 

care of clock, $50; heat, $340.44; light, $123.82; sundries, $215.12 1,689 38 

Essex, Post Office:— Caretaker, W. R. Crozier, $960 (quarters $300 not included); 

heat, $315; sundries. $175.28 1,450 28 

Exeter Post Office:— Caretaker, part time, M. W. Pfaff, P.M., $600; heat, $132; 

repairs, $199.90; sundries, $41.83 973 73 

Fenelon Falls, Post Office: — Caretaker, part time. J. W. Halligan, $300 (quarters 

$300 not included) ; heat, $200.50; light, $242.58; repairs, $213.18; sundries, $67.59 1,023 85 

Fergus Post Office: — Caretaker, F. Gibson, $960 (quarters $300 not included); 

heat ' $240.89 ; repairs, $203.36 ; sundries, $136.58 1,540 83 

Forest,' Post Office:— Sundries 32 03 

Fort Erie, Armoury:— Rent, Sept. to Mar 525 00 

Fort Erie, National Defence Dept.:— Rent, Jan. to Aug 200 00 

Fort Erie, Public Building: — Caretaker, B. Stiles, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); fireman, J. Combe, $665; char service, $200; heat, $665.11; light, 

$170.37; sundries, $200.78 2,861 26 

Fort Erie, R.C.M.P.:— Rent 18 00 

Fort Frances, National Defence Dept.: — Rent. . .- 1,560 00 

Fort Frances, Public Building: — Caretaker, J. Keenahan, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); char service, $273; light, $919.64; heat, $266.01; repairs, $197.57; 

sundries, $207.12; supplies, $152.51 2,975 85 

Fort William, Armoury:— Rent 2,400 00 

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CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CHEF -Suite 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains federaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

ontario-CW. — Suite 

Fort William, Customs Building: — Caretaker, G. Roberts, $.960 (quarters $300 not 
included); elevatorman, J. Irving, $1,200; engineer, R. F. Wilson, $1,545; firemen, 
J. G. McDonald, Oct. to Mar., $600, T. Rodger, April, $95; char service, $513.60; 
heat, $1,113.66; light, $456.20; repairs, $108.12; sundries, $145.27; water, $198.60. 6,935 45 

Fort William, Grain Commission:- — Furniture, $130; sundries, $4 134 00 

Fort William, Pensions and National Health Dept.: — Rent 180 00 

Fort William, Public Building:— Caretaker, J. Skea, $1,380; cleaners, S. H. Jew- 
hurst, $1,020, J. McLeod, $1,020; elevatorman, W. W. Dryburgh, $833.39; engineer, 
A. Platten, $1,560; firemen, G. Cumpson, $665, J. McDonald, April, $100; T. 
Rodger, Oct. to Mar., $570; fireman-labourer, J. C. Smith, $1,260; char service, 
$851.67; heat, $1,007.07; light, $843.66; repairs, $225.42; sundries, $351.11; 
supplies, $311.32; water, $305.22 12,303 86 

Fort William, Radio Car Garage: — Rent 96 00 

Gait, McDonald Building: — Rent, $300; sundries, $16.50 316 50 

Gait, New Post Office:— Caretaker, A. Leith. $960 (quarters $300 not included); 
fireman, F. Reddaway, $570; heat, $497.75; light, $300.43; repairs, $182.82; 
sundries, $307.62 2,818 62 

Gait, Old Post Office:— Caretaker, D. Cassidy, $960 (quarters' $300 not included); 

care of clock, $50; heat, $528.86; light, $154.87; sundries, $227.99 1,921 72 

Gananoque, Custom House: — Caretaker, part time, K. R. Mullin (quarters $300 in 

lieu of salary) ; heat, $410.55; repairs, $118.40; sundries, $197.37 726 32 

Gananoque, Post Office:— Caretaker, W. H. Richardson, $960 (quarters $300 not 
included); care of clock, $50; furniture, $170.73; heat, $580; light, $224.05; 
repairs, $264.79 ; sundries, $478.43 2,728 00 

Georgetown, Posit Office:— Caretaker. S. B. Groat, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included) ; heat. $343.06; light, $263.55; sundries, $202.57 1,769 18 

Glencoe, Public Building:— Caretaker, E. E. Showier, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included) ; heat, $297.50; light, $151.59; sundries, $172.05 1,581 14 

Goderich, Armoury: — Rent 1,000 00 

Goderich, Public Building:— Caretaker, W. Grindrod, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); heat. $520.75: light. $138.17; repairs, $140.57: sundries. $188.27 1,947 76 

Gore Bay, Post Office:— Caretakers, part time, T. J. Wright, $235.83 (quarters 

$200.32 not included) ; heat, $409.02; repairs, $140.54; sundries. $359.50 1,144 89 

Gravenhurst, Public Building: — Caretakers, part time, J. H. Beatty, May 16 to. 
Mar. 31, $539.01, W. R. Emmett, April 1 to Dec. 2, $254.06 (quarters $149.19 not 
included) (retired); heat, $299.38; light, $121.14; repairs, $328.59; sundries, 
$90.93 ; / i j6 33 ii 

Grimsby, Post Office: — Caretaker, G. F. Warner, $960 (quarters $300 not included) ; 

care of clock, $50; heat, $326.75; light, $132.95; sundries, $180.66 1,650 36 

Guelph, National Defence Dept.:— Rent 265 00 

Guelph, New Post Office:— Caretaker, T. Thwaites, $1,260; fireman, W. B. Keleher, 
$677.42; fireman-labourer, A. Cutting, $1,260; furniture, $136.77; heat, $621.46; 
light, $409.45; repairs, $367.26; sundries, $148.73 4,881 09 

Guelph, Old Post Office:— Caretaker, E. Denver, June 7 to Mar. 31, $774.33 
(quarters $156.67 not included), G. N. McLean, April 1 to Oct. 6, $581.71 
(quarters $140.83 not included) (retired) ; care of clock, 83 cents; furniture, 
$1,235.29; heat, $852; light, $106.69; repairs, $166.47; sundries, $318.57 4,035 89 

Haileybury, Post Office: — Sundries 5 10 

Haliburton, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, D. W. Otto, $300; heat, 

$165.90; sundries, $80.35 , 546 25 

Hamilton, Duffield Building:— Cleaner, J. McCamus, $1,200; repairs, $125.84; 
sundries, $29.91 1,355 75 

Hamilton, New Public Building:— Cleaners, A. M. Bunker, $970.69, J. Crook, 
$1,020, W. J. Drury, $1,020, S. V. Lang, $1,013.15, A. Marr, $1,200, C. B. 
Sheppard, $1,020, A. E. Smith, $1,020. W. Smith, $1,020. R. Wardlev, $828.06, 
F. G. Neal, May 30 to Mar. 31, $855.49; elevatormen, H. R. Denike, $1,155; 
A. Mathers, $1,200, E. J. L. Teer, $1,155; engineers. C. Farraway, $1,560, J. Scott, 
$840 (seasonal), D. M. Weir, $1,830; firemen. A. E. Day, $695, J. Tracev. $700; 
firemen-labourers, J. Bishop, $1,260. W. Harley, $1,256.50, W. Ormond. $1,260, 
R. C. Partridge, April 1 to Oct. 1, $663.55 (retired), J. Wilson. $1,260, T. Roberts, 
Jan. 31 to Mar. 31, $193.06: foremen, char service, L. Fothergill. $1,275, S. J. Foss, 
$1,275; char service. $7,604.97; furniture, $2,048; heat. $5,333.04; gas heat, 
$223.20; light, $7,181.73; repairs, $5,523.08; rent, $134.62; sundries, $168.70; 
supplies, $2,094.16; water, $2,434.28 60,291 28 



Part U— 37 
DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE-Con— DETAIL DES DEPENSES-£ui7e 



CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH-Con. -DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CHEF -Suite 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains f ederaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

ontario-Cow. — Suite 

Hamilton, Postal Station "A":— Rent, $2,450; sundries, $40.05 2,490 05 

Hamilton, Postal Station " B ":— Caretakers, I. W. Armes, Dec. to Mar, $320, 
T C. Butler, April 1 to Nov. 10, $733.33 (retired), L. Rees, May 11 to Nov. 30, 
$534.19; heat, $478.50; light, $177.53; repairs, $508.35; sundries, $25.83; water, 

$113 50 2,891 23 

Hamilton', Radio Car Garage:— Rent J2 00 

Hamilton, R.C.N.V.R.:— Rent • • ■ • • • • • 1.500 00 

Hanover, Public Building:— Caretaker, J. A. Crowe, $9G0 (quarters $300 not 

included) ; care of clock, $50; heat, $436.77; light, $151.10; sundries, $129.09 1,726 96 

Harriston, Public Building:— Caretaker, part time, A. L. McCready (quarters $300 

in lieu of salary) ; heaC $385.88; light, $108.80; sundries, $100.80 595 48 

Harrow, Experimental Farm:— Furniture, $176.33; heat, $756.25; light, $559.15 1,491 73 

Harrow, Post Office:— Furniture, $943.37; repairs, $200.23; rent, $146.66 less $45.83 

paid by Post Office Dept 1,244 43 

Havelock, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, T. H. Green, June to Mar., 

$325; heat, $152.50: sundries, $167.38 644 88 

Hawkesburv, Public Building:— Caretaker, E. Gelineau, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included)*; heat. $302.03; light, $148.08; repairs. $1,056.43; sundries, $131.17 2,597 71 

Hespeler. Post Office:— Caretaker, W. Dunn. $960 (quarters $300 not included); 

heat, $229.50; repairs. $269.08; sundries. $252.25 1,710 83 

Huntsville. Public Building:— Repairs, $499.97; rent, $3,919.45; sundries. $77.79 4,497 21 

Ingersoll, Public Building: — Caretaker. W. T. Land. July to Mar.. $540 (quarters 
$180 not included); care of clock. $50; heat, $365.75; light, $130.71; repairs, 

$218.43 : sundries. $418.95 1,723 84 

Kapuskasing, Experimental Farm:— Heat, $2,778.96; rent, $1,590.11 4,369 07 

Kapuskasing. Meteorological Office: — Furniture 360 60 

Kapuskasing, Radio Range Station: — Furniture 42 18 

Keewatin. Post Office:— Caretaker, part time, T. S. Scott. $339.96 (quarters $300 

not included) ; heat, $408.66; light, $114.22; sundries. $196.74 1,059 58 

Kemptville, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, T. Pearson, P.M. (quarters 
$300 in lieu of salary); care of clock, $50; heat, $193.75; light, $158.15; repairs, 

$103.23 : sundries. $148.80 653 93 

Kenora. Public Building:— Caretaker, I. J. Edmondson, $960 (quarters $300 not 
included); care of clock, $50; furniture, $179; heat, $427.56; light, $283.46; 

repairs. $113.96; sundries. $172.70; water, $111 2.297 68 

Kenora, Radio Range Station: — Furniture 125 17 

Killaloe. Radio Range Station: — Furniture 88 50 

Kincardine, Public Building:— Caretaker, part time. J. G. Morrison. P.M.. $249.96 

(quarters $300 not included) : heat, $353.88; light, $127.24; sundries, $108.14 839 22 

Kingston. Customs Outpost: — Heat 70 61 

Kingston. Custom House: — Caretaker. L. LaChapelle. $1,155: architect's fees, $380; 

heat, $411.47; light, $122.60; repairs. $252.16; sundries. $235.50 2,556 73 

Kingston, Inland Revenue Building: — Char service, $280.80; rent, $1,936; sundries, 

$130.44 '. .' 2.347 24 

Kingston. Public Building:— Caretakers. A. J. Delisle. Oct. 22 to Mar. 31. $505.65, 
J. Kehoe. April to Sept. 30. $540 (quarters $150 not included) (defeased) ; char 
service, $360: architect's fees. $525: furniture. $164.54; heat, $850.06; light, 

$343.17; repairs. $771.10; sundries. $357.03: water. $122.37 4.538 92 

Kingston. Radio Car Garage:— Rent 60 00 

Kingston Radio Inspector's Office: — Cleaner, part time, E. Boswell, $96; rent, 

S600 : sundries. $33.50 729 50 

Kingston, Queen's Universitv:— Allowance for C.O.T.C 1,201 66 

Kingsville, Post Office:— Caretaker, A. C. Green, $960 (quarters $300 not included) ; 

repairs, $109.84: sundries. $294.53 1,364 37 

Kirkland Lake. Public Building:— Caretaker, G. C. Sutherland, $870 (quarters 
$300 not included); fireman-labourer, C. H. Hudson, $1,185; heat, $607.75; 

light, S571.32: repairs, $238.88; sundries, $101.84; water, $378.29 3,953 08 

Kitchener, C.N.R. Station:— Rent 180 00 

Kitchener, Labour Dept.:— Rent, $352.02; sundries, $75.66 427 68 

Kitchener, National Defence Dept.: — Rent 6,325 00 

Kitchener, New Public Building:— Firemen, G. G. Emery, Dee. 3 to Mar. 31, 
$372.34, J. H. Fischer, Dec. 3 to Mar. 31, $372.34; fireman-labourer, F. W. 
Glady, Dec. 3 to Mar. 31, $338.63; char service, $327.23; furniture, $1,818.09; 
heat, $1,098.12; light, $333.07; repairs, $550.35; sundries. $53.64; supplies, $902.17 6.165 98 



Pant U— 38 

PUBLIC WORKS — TRAVAUX PUBLICS 

CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CKEP -Suite 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains f ederaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

ontario-Cow. — Suite 

Kitchener, Old Post Office:— Caretaker, J. Carse, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); cleaner, W. Smith, $1,140; char service, $335797; care of clock, $50; 

heat, $491.76; light, $354.12; repairs, $250.22; sundries, $168.81 3,750 88 

Kitchener, Radio Car Garage: — Rent 60 00 

Kitchener, Radio Inspector's Office : — Rent 500 00 

Lakefield, Post Office:— Caretaker, W. Chappell, $613 (quarters $167 not included); 

heat, $352.12; light, $120.64; repairs, $698.20; sundries, $44.46 1,828 42 

Langford Mills, Indian Agent's Office: — Sundries 81 

Lansdowne, Post Office:— Rent, $480 less $200 paid by Post Office Dept 280 00 

Leamington, Public Building: — Caretaker, C. W. Murtagh, $960 (quarters $300 

not included); heat, $355.21; repairs, $182.68; sundries, $269.36 1,767 25 

Lindsay, Public Building: — Caretaker, J. W. Corrie, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); heat, $1,012.30; light, $287.65; repairs, $748.33; sundries, $177.96 3,186 24 

Listowel, Post Office:— Caretaker, C. G. Bilton, $1,080 (quarters $300 not 

included); care of clock, $50; light, $1,361.85; heat, $345.54; repairs, $217.03; 

sundries, $172.08 , 3,226 50 

London, Agriculture Dept., Dairy Branch:— Furniture, $358.07; sundries, $84.25.. 442 32 

London, C.N.R. Station Mailroom:— Repairs, $283.70; sundries, $22.50 306 20 

London, National Defence Dept.: — Rent 420 00 

London, New Public Building: — Cleaners, at $1,020, C. Clark, H. F. Dorman, 

E. Draycott, W. H. Ferguson, G. E. Fletcher, April to Sept., $480 (deceased), 

A. S. Goss, Sept. 15 to Mar. 31, $555.33, J. O. Oliver, A. J. Parker, W. Peters, 

G. Richardson, T. C. Thayer; elevatormen, D. G. Duncan, $1,140, A. Evans, 

$1,155; engineers, S. E. Elgie, $840 (seasonal), P. J. McDonald, $1,515; L. J. 

Willis, $1,830; fireman, C. E. Arniel, $695, J. H. McArthur, $695; fireman- 
labourer, R. Wilson, $1,230; foremen, char service, J. F. Clark, $1,320; V. O. 

Clarke, $1,320; char service, $4,318.26; furniture, $1,233.45; heat, $3,780.32; 

light, $3,115.01; repairs, $4,406.15; sundries, $33.68; supplies, $1,335.72; water, 

$565.46 40,743 38 

London, Old Post Office:— Repairs, $112.23; sundries, $6 118 23 

London, Post Office Dept.:— Rent 2,234 00 

London, Radio Car Garage : — Rent 60 00 

London, Veterans' Assistance Committee: — Rent, $180; sundries, $14.43 194 43 

London, Westminster Hospital:— Furniture 583 78 

Lucknow, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, W. E. McQuaig, Oct. 22 to 

Mar. 31, $241.70; furniture, $172.20; heat, $156.39; sundries, $42 612 29 

Malton, Meteorological Office: — Furniture 251 17 

Markham, Post Office: — Caretaker, part time, H. H. Palmer, P.M., $300; heat, 

$130; sundries, $88.11 518 11 

Marmora, Post Office:— Repairs, $145; rent, $420 less $175 paid by Post Office 

Dept 390 00 

Maxville, Post Office: — Rent, $500 less $200 paid by Post Office Dept.; sundries, 

$80.75 380 75 

Meaford, Post Office:— Caretaker, part time, J. P. Maher, $300 (quarters $300 not 

included); heat, $192.43; light, $116.39; sundries, $114.50 723 32 

Melbourne, Post Office:— Rent, Jan. to Mar., $25 less $12.50 paid by Post Office 

Dept.; sundries, $14 26 50 

Merrickville, Post Office:— Rent, $480 less $150 paid by Post Office Dept 330 00 

Midland, Public Building:— Caretaker, G. E. Thompson, $750 (quarters $240 not 

included); heat, $225; light, $301.55; repairs, $1,116.62; sundries, $122.24; 

supplies, $102.95 2,618 36 

Mildmay, Post Office:- — Caretaker, part time, C. B. Kremar, May to Mar., 

$293.26; heat, $133; repairs, $206.99; sundries, $89.17 722 42 

Millbrook, Government Property: — Sundries 20 00 

Milton, Post Office:— Caretaker, W. T. Randell, $960 (quarters $300 not included); 

care of clock, $50; heat, $226.10; light, $166.25; repairs, $618.53; sundries, $124. 2,144 88 

Milverton, Post Office:— Caretaker, T. L. Melrose, $615 (quarters $180 not 

included); heat, $338.91; light, $104.60; repairs, $384.40; sundries, $109.31 1,552 22 

Mitchell, Post Office:— Caretaker, A. H. Gibbs, $960 (quarters $300 not included), 

care of clock, $50; heat, $286.73; repairs, $448.75; sundries, $228.87 1,974 35 

Morrisburg, Examining Warehouse Site: — Taxes 201 27 

Morrisburg, Post Office:— Rent, $960 less $400 paid by Post Office Dept.; 

sundries, $15 , 575 00 



Part U— 39 
DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE-CW. — DETAIL DES DEPENSES-Smte 

CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CHEF-Suife 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains federaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

ontario-Cow. — Suite 

Mount Forest, Post Office: — Caretaker, part time, Miss M. Smith (quarters $300 

in lieu of salary) ; care of clock, $50; heat, $475.50; light, $101.46; repairs, 

$295.36; sundries, $53.94 

Muncy, Mines and Resources: — Sundries 

Muncy, R.C.M.P. : — Sundries 

Nakina, Radio Range Station : — Furniture 

Napanee, Post Office:— Caretaker, J. G. Pollard, $1,080 (quarters $300 not 

included); care of clock, $50; heat, $527; light, $239.14; repairs, $886.28; 

sundries, $213.67 

New Hamburg, Post Office:— Heat, $110; rent $400 less $300 paid by Post Office 

Dept.; sundries, $28.33 

New Liskeard, Post Office:— Caretaker, E. H. Chatwin, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included) ; heat, $515.35; repairs, $580.79; sundries, $323.04 

Newmarket, Public Building:— Caretaker, H. McCordick, $960 (quarters $300 

not included); care of clock, $50; furniture, $286; heat, $364.50; light, $105.44; 

repairs, $379.14; sundries, $116.79 

New Toronto, Post Office:— Caretaker, C. Holyday, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); heat, $120.50; light, $218.70; sundries, $167.37 

Niagara Falls, Custom House:— Caretaker, E. J. Spratling, $960 (quarters $300 

not included) ; furniture, $144.02; heat, $626.50; light, $200.38; repairs, $1,541.38; 

sundries, $173.59 

Niagara Falls, Post Office:— Caretaker, A. Knight, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); char service, $546; heat, $911.25; light, $425.81; repairs, $396.28; 

sundries, $336.95 

Nipigon, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, J. Smyth, April, $32.50 

(resigned), J. Suckett, May to Mar., $357.50; furniture, $304.78; heat, $306.96; 

sundries, $126.23 

North Bay, Armoury: — Rent 

North Bay, Meteorological Office:— Furniture 

North Bay, National Revenue Dept.:— Rent, $600; sundries, $44.40 

North Bay, Public Building: — Caretaker, F. A. Prior, $1,260; fireman-labourer, 

F. R. Kitchener, $1,030; furniture, $632.96; heat, $644.83; light, $594.31; 

repairs, $1,172.03; sundries, $60.90; supplies, $275.18 

North Bay, Radio Car Garage: — Rent 

North Bay, Radio Inspector's Office : — Rent 

North Bay, R.C.M.P.:— Sundries 

Norwich, Post Office:— Caretaker, J. W. E. Cole, $960 (quarters $300 not included); 

care of clock, $50; heat, $265.54; light, $152.61; repairs, $712.44; sundries, 

$164.20 2,304 79 

Norwood, Post Office: — Rent, $450 less $175 paid by Post Office Dept.; sundries, 

$35.11 310 11 

Oakville, Armoury:— Rent 960 00 

Ohsweken, Indian Agent's Office: — Sundries 41 74 

Oil Springs, Post Office:— Rent, $530 less $100 paid by Post Office Dept 430 00 

Orangeville, Armoury : — Rent 500 00 

Orangeville, Public Building:— Caretaker, H. A. Glover, $1,260; heat, $403.99; 

light, $188.86; repairs, $132.95; sundries, $180.52 2,166 32 

Orillia, Public Building:— Caretaker, J. Riddell, $960 (quarters $300 not included); 

care of clock, $50; heat, $391.10; light, $241.83; repairs, $1,140.69; sundries, 

$124.84 2,908 46 

Oshawa, Public Building:— Caretaker, W. Cooper, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); fireman, W. Haley, $695; char service, $203.20; care of clock, $50; 

heat, $797.45; light, $471.44; repairs, $145.90; sundries, $243.09 3,566 08 

Owen Sound, National Defence Dept.: — Rent 1,085 00 

Owen Sound, Public Building: — Caretaker, J. Lindsay, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); furniture, $353.94; heat, $385.17; light, $186.67; repairs, $530.63; 

sundries, $250.53 2,666 94 

Pagwa, District Airway Engineer's Office: — Furniture 121 00 

Palmerston, Post Office: — Caretaker, C. J. Bailey, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); care of clock, $50; heat, $362.65; light, $134.90; repairs, $1,291.94; 

sundries, $179.79 2,979 28 

Paris, Post Office:— Caretaker, E. Hodder, $960 (quarters $300 not included); 

heat, $656.90; light, $144.93; repairs, $951.64; sundries, $185.49 2,898 96 



976 26 
74 35 
52 15 

134 88 


2,996 09 


238 


33 


2,379 


18 


2,261 


87 


1,466 57 


3,645 87 


3,576 


29 


1,127 97 
900 00 
225 34 
644 40 


5,670 21 

72 00 

780 00 

1 37 



Pairt U— 40 

PUBLIC WORKS — TRAVAUX PUBLICS 

CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH-Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CKEF-Suite 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains federaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

ontario-Cow. — Suite 

Parkhill, Post Office: — Caretakers, part time, J. Laverock, Oct. to Mar., $212.90 

(quarters $42.10 not included), G. Tudor, April to De'c, $319.55 (quarters 

$149.17 not included) (retired); heat, $396.99; repairs, $425.03; sundries, 

$118.27 1,472 74 

Parry Sound, Public Building: — Caretaker, T. M. Home, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included) ; heat, $457.50; light, $331.84; sundries, $313.82 

Parry Sound, Transport Dept.: — Sundries 

Pembroke, Public Building: — Caretaker, W. K. Boland, $960 (quarters $300 

not included); heat, $425.42; light, $409.49; repairs, $104.55; sundries, $219.66.. 
Penetanguishene, Public Building: — Caretaker, A. W. A. Tyler, $960 (quarters 

$300 not included) ; heat, $325.11; light, $199.73; sundries, $199.20 

Perth, Public Building:— Caretaker, O. M. Code, $960 (quarters $300 not included) ; 

heat, $445.92; light, $194.69; repairs, $126.18; sundries, $240.06 

Petawawa, National Defence Dept.: — Furniture, $181.81; sundries, $6.72 

Peterborough, Agriculture Dept., Health of Animals Branch: — Furniture 

Peterborough, Agriculture Dept., Market Branch: — Sundries 

Peterborough, Custom House: — Caretaker, J. M. Luther, $1,020 (quarters $300 

not included) ; heat, $254.25; repairs, $111.58; sundries, $369.77 

Peterborough, National Defence Dept. : — Pent 

Peterborough, Public Building:— Caretaker, P. T. King, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); fireman, H. A. Graham, $735; care of clock, $50; heat, $704.36; 

light, $448.52; repairs, $192.17; sundries, $271.78; water, $115.92 

Petrolia, Public Building: — Caretaker, J. A. Chivers, $1,080 (quarters $300 not 

included); heat, $480.62; light, $147.50; repairs, $338.29; sundries, $279.89 

Picton, Public Building:— Caretaker, H. W. Fox, $735 (quarters $240 not 

included) ; heat, $394.41 ; light, $146.84 ; sundries, $318.01 

Pigeon River Bridge, Immigration Building: — Heat, $109.25; sundries, $36.30.... 

Point Pelee, National Park: — Sundries 

Porquis Junction, Radio Range Station: — Furniture 

Port Arthur, Customs Building: — Caretaker, G. A. Fox, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included) ; elevatorman, F. H. Deaper, $1,185; engineer, A. J. Smith, $1,530.23; 

fireman-labourer, G. Dennis, $1,260; char service, $967.78; heat, $1,470.81; light, 

$568.96; repairs, $1,452.60; sundries, $27.50; supplies, $231.43; water, $115.91 9,770 22 

Port Arthur, Post Office: — Caretaker, H. Martin, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included) ; fireman-labourer, F. R. Sewell, $380.10 (seasonal) ; char service, 

$135; heat, $395.12; light, $375.59; repairs, $1,961.42; sundries, $188.86; water, 

$107.33 

Port Colborne, Public Building: — Caretaker, R. L. Rogers, $960 (quarters $300 

not included); heat, $269.53; light, $168.20; repairs, $510.60; sundries, $176:07. 
Port Credit, Public Building:— Caretaker, W. R. Hill, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); heat, $247.50; light, $273.45; repairs, $280.16: sundries, $130.35 

Port Elgin, Post Office:— Caretaker, part time, C. F. McPherson, $120; heat, 

$129.15; rent, $420 less $375 paid by Post Office Dept.; sundries, $67.91 

Port Hope, Public Building:— Caretaker, J. D. McMillan, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); heat, $477; light, $123.31; repairs, $111.10; sundries, $108.57 

Port Perry, Post Office:— Caretaker, G. S. White, $1,080 (quarters $300 not 

included); care of clock, $50; heat, $307.50; light, $110.76; repairs, $133; 

sundries, $90.81 

Port Rowan, Armoury: — Rent 

Port Stanley, Public Building:— Rent, $1,000 less $225 paid by Post Office Dept.; 

sundries, $44.14 

Powassan, Armoury: — Rent 

Powassan, Post Office : — Caretaker, part time, W. H. Ford, July to Mar., 

$236.25; furniture, $236.56; heat, $141.70; sundries,. $147.99 

Prescott, Custom House: — Heat, $255.50; sundries, $147.55 

Prescott, Public Building:— Caretaker, F. L. Fortier, $840 (quarters $300 not 

included); char service, $264; heat, $506.55; light, $134.97; repairs, $451.77; 

sundries, $164.03 

Prescott, Transport Dept.:— Sundries 

Preston, Public Building:— Caretaker, D. Campbell, $1,080 (quarters $300 not 

included); care of clock, $50; heat, $680.63; light, $253.45; repairs, $1,757.90; 

sundries, $184.24 4,006 22 



2,063 
43 


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12 


2,119 


12 


1,684 


0-1 


1,966 

188 

411 

41 


85 
53 

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1,755 60 
600 00 


3,477 


75 


2,326 30 


1,594 

145 

56 

119 


26 

55 

77 
17 



4,503 


42 


2,084 40 


1,891 


46 


362 06 


1,779 


98 


1,772 
878 


07 

77 


819 
246 


14 
23 


762 50 
403 05 


2,361 
88 


32 

35 



Part U— 41 
DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE-Con.— DETAIL DES DEPENSES-Me 

CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CllEF-Suite 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains f ederaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

ONTARio-Con. — Suite 

Princeton, Post Office: — Pent, $396 less $75 paid by Post Office Dept.; sundries, 

$18.22 339 22 

Rainy River, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, J. Jarvie, Sept. 12 to Mar. 

31, $258.70; heat, $246.50; repairs, $141.83; sundries, $402.30 1,049 33 

Reay, Radio Range Station: — Furniture 114 43 

Renfrew, Public Building:— Caretaker, C. Eady, $900 (quarters $300 not included) ; 

care of clock, $50; heat, $564.20; light, $226.19; repairs, $2,255.65; sundries, 

$295.67 4,291 71 

Richmond Hill, Post Office:— Caretaker, part time, L. W. Zuefelt, $300 (quarters 

$300 not included) ; heat, $153.79: light, $115.47; sundries, $151.60 720 86 

Ridgetown, Post Office:— Rent, $675 less $425 paid by Post Office Dept 250 00 

Rockcliffe, R.C.M.P.:— Furniture 627 21 

Rockland, Post Office: — Caretaker, part time, L. Regnier, $300 (quarters $300 not 

included) ; heat, $230.93; light, $107.50; sundries, $152.07 790 50 

Rockport, Custom House: — Char service, $14; sundries, $31.40 45 40 

Rodney, Post Office:— Rent, $500 less $225 paid by Post Office Dept 275 00 

St. Catharines, Agriculture Dept,:— Heat, $603.36; light, $157.41 760 77 

St. Catharines, Pensions and National Health Dept.: — Rent 300 00 

St. Catharines, Public Building:— Caretaker, M. W. Scott, $960 (quarters $300 

not included); cleaner, A. H. Sandford, $1,140; furniture, $216.25; heat, $861.34; 

light, $222.84; sundries, $234.74 3,635 17 

St. Mary's, Armoury:— Rent 480 00 

St. Mary's, Public Building:— Caretaker, S. Sandercock, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); heat, $440.25; light, $252.07; repairs, $348.10; sundries, $115.61 2,116 03 

St. Thomas, Public Building:— Caretaker, R. A. Skilton, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); heat, $546.37: light, $203.92; repairs, $434.15; sundries, $354.58 2,499 02 

Sandwich, Post Office:— Caretakers, J. Bradie, Oct. 13 to Mar. 31, $430.36, G. H. 

Scandrett, April to Oct. 12, $510.97 (quarters $159.68 not included); heat, 

$215.93; sundries, $116.46 : 1>273 72 

Sarnia, Public Building:— Caretaker, W. Smith, $960 (quarters $300 not included) : 

firemen, G. S. Flesher, April, $95, J. Ramesbottom, Oct. to Mar., $570: care of 

clock, $50; heat, $418.69; light, $281.47; repairs, $710.99; sundries, $223.74 3.309 89 

Sault Ste. Marie, Armoury:— Rent l-pOjJ JO 

Sault Ste. Marie, National Defence Dept.:— Rent 720 00 

Sault Ste. Marie, Public Building:— Caretaker, R. McClelland, $960 (quarters $300 

not included) : cleaner, E. P. St. Michael, July to Mar., $765; elevatorman, 

A. Johnston. $1,095; char service, $180; care of clock, $50; furniture, $110.81; 

heat. $946.50; light. $841.64; repairs, $529.54; sundries, $306.05; supplies, 

$215.70 6,000 24 

Seaforth, National Defence Dept.:— Rent • • 266 66 

Seaforth, Public Building:— Caretaker, T. A. Beattie, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); heat, $449.24; repairs, $325.33; sundries, $245.83 1,980 40 

Shelburne, Public Building:— Caretaker, J. C. Stoddart, $1,080 (quarters $300 not 

included); care of clock, $50; heat, $499.05; light, $149.30; repairs, $445.13; 

sundries, $312.33 

Simcoe, Agriculture Dept.: — Sundries 

Simcoe. Public Building:— Caretaker, W. Layland, $1,260; light, $136.90; repairs, 

$357.43; sundries, $339.58 /'iiiA' 

Sioux Lookout, District Airway Engineer's Office:— Furniture, $497.15; rent, $480. 

Sioux Lookout, Meteorological Office: — Furniture •• •• ■ ■ • • 

Sioux Lookout, Public Building:— Caretaker, R. M. Brunton, June 16 to Mar 31, 

$760; furniture, $179.18; heat, $526.50; light, $562.25; sundries, $97.22; supplies, 

$121.53; water, $228.20 

Smith's Falls, Armoury: — Rent 

Smith's Falls, Post Office:— Caretaker, M. G. Haley, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); care of clock, $50; heat, $475.60; light, $246.88; repairs, $240.10; 

sundries, $275.42 

Southampton, Post Office Site :— -Sundries 

Stouffville, Post Office:— Caretaker, part time, G. H. Saunders, $240 (quarters 

$300 not included) ; heat, $267; repairs, $433.35; sundries, $133.38 

Stratford, Armoury: — Sundries 

Stratford, Post Office:— Caretaker, J. F. Darby, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); char service, $300; care of clock, $50; heat, $706.85; light, $347.50; 

repairs, $403.53; sundries, $276.39 3,044 27 



2,535 
54 


81 
15 


2,093 
977 
135 


91 
15 

75 


2,474 
600 


88 

00 


2,248 
46 


00 
19 


1,073 

77 


73 
212 



Pamt U— 42 

PUBLIC WORKS — TRAVAUX PUBLICS 

CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN' CHEF-Suite 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains federaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

ontario-Cow. — Suite 

Strathroy, Public Building: — Caretakers, N. Leitch, April 1 to 11, $42.17 (retired), 
A. E. Levitt, $720 (quarters $240 not included); care of clock, $50; heat, 
$395; light, $186.28; sundries, $178.09 1,571 54 

Sturgeon Falls, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, W. E. Clark, $300 

(quarters $300 not included); heat, $371.76; light, $194.50; sundries, $283.61... 1,149 8" t 

Sudbury, Armoury: — Rent 1,875 

Sudbury, Labour Dept.:— Furniture, $216.12; rent, $400; sundries, $6 622 15 

Sudbury, Public Building:— Caretaker, P. Loiselle, $1,080 (quarters $300 not 
included); fireman, J. B. Dion, $665; char service, $600; care of clock, $50; 
furniture, $279.23; heat, $2,004.34; light, $2,463.40; repairs, $1,659.45; sundries, 
$65.52; supplies, $345.03; water, $349.56 9,561 5c 

Sydenham, Post Office:— Caretaker, part time, C. Knapp, P.M., $300; heat, $110; 
sundries, $81.38 491 3* 

Thorold, Post Office:— Caretaker, R. Watts, $960 (quarters $300 not included); 

heat, $214.50; light, $148.22; repairs, $112.98; sundries, $133.90; water, $100.80. 1,670 4( 

Tilbury, Post Office:— Caretaker, J. L. Bourdeau, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); care of clock, $50; heat, $330; repairs, $551.51; sundries, $262.52 2,154 0< 

Tillsonburg, Public Building:— Caretaker, K. Rouse, $1,080 (quarters $300 not 
included); care of clock, $50; heat, $248.83; legal services, $154; light, $175.61; 
repairs, $1,704.44; sundries, $251.67 3,664 51 

Timmins, Public Building:— ^Caretaker, O. Chenier, $960 (quarters $300 not 
included); furniture, $481.84; heat, $1,031.22; light, $274.32; repairs, $365; 
sundries, $209 ; supplies, $245.13 3,566 5] 

Toronto, Agriculture Dept.:— Furniture, $112.20; heat, $834; light, $452.90; repairs, 

$686.82; sundries, $149.96 2,235 8? 

Toronto, Christie Street Hospital:— Furniture 1,642 St 

Toronto, Custom House:— Cleaners, T. W. Allen, $1,140; F. Allum, April to Oct., 
$637.42; A. S. Andrade, $1,140; W. P. Coulson, Jan. to Mar., $255, W. D. 
Craib, Sept. 26 to Mar. 31, $524.17, F. C. Cresswell, $1,125, R. E. Delahunt, 
$1,020, W. Dow, $1,125, C. Duly, $1,125, J. Ellis, July 20 to Mar. 31, $712.90, 
S. Gibson, $1,020, E. F. Hull, $1,020, J. Laird, $1,019.84, H. Laplante, April to 
Dec. 31, $765, D. P. Malone, $1,020, J. T. McGonnell, $1,016.96, O. B. Morrall, 
$1,125, H. E. Moulton, April, $80, F. Nugent, Jan. to Mar., $255, S. T. F. Reed, 
$1,020, D. Shand, Jan. to Mar., $255, G. A. Swainson April to Oct., $650, J. Swan- 
son, $1,020, A. D. Thornington, $1,125, A. Tiller, $1,020, H. G. Warren, $1,020, 
R. A. Warren, $1,106.33 P. White $1,020, H. J. Wignall, $1,017.42, J. A. Worrall, 
$1,020, T. Wyers, April to July 31, $380 (deceased); elevatormen, J. Allen, 
$1,200, J. D. Bews, $1,200, H. A. Cope, $1,200, P. C. Cusack, $1,080, C. G. Dable, 
$1,200, H. F. Hart, $1,200, W. Hill, $1,200, W. Holden, $1,200, D. Kennedy, $1,200, 

D. Read, $1,200 F. W. Sinclair $1,260, J. Smith, $1,193.55; J. Sutherland, $1,200, 
A. Taylor, $1,155; L. Walton, $1,200, A. White, $1,185; engineer, W. D. Wallace, 
$1,920; fireman-labourer, B. Marando, $1,320; foremen, char service, D. M. 
Cochrane, $1,290; J. Stevens, $1,320;' char service, $13,356.78; labourer, part 
time, J. Oman, $545.40; elevator service, $7,860; furniture, $2,422.08; heat, paid 
to Toronto Terminal Rly. Co., $21,535.44; light, $12,848.64; repairs, $2,579.07; 
sundries, $169.40; supplies, $662.78; taxes, $208.59; uniforms, $217.80; water, 
$1,317.70 115,427 2] 

Toronto, Duchess Street, Government Property: — Sundries 3 1. 

Toronto, Farmers' Creditors Arrangement Act Office: — Sundries..... 7 

Toronto, Meteorological Observatory: — Furniture, $227.60; heat, $315.45; gas heat, 

$152.56; light, $631.92; repairs, $1,213.15; sundries, $46.64 2,587 35 

Toronto, National Defence Dept., Armoury Site: — Sundries 12 76 

Toronto, National Defence Dept., Commerce and Transportation Building: — Rent. 15,956 20 

Toronto, National Defence Dept., Leadley Estate:— Rent 2,520 00 

Toronto, National Defence Dept., Ordnance Stores: — Rent, Wagman, Wagman & 

Weinstock, $17,500; taxes, $8,411.79; sundries, $21 25,932 79 

Toronto, Post Office:— Cleaners, F. Allum, Nov. to Mar. 31, $422.91, H. R. Bunn, 

$1,140, A. N. Burness, $1,020, J. L. Doig, $1,140, A. Fletcher, $1,008.79, F. L. 

Hipgrave, $1,020, W. Jarvis, $1,020, H. Laplante, Jan. to Mar., $255, J. Leonard, 

$1,020, H. H. McNaughton, $1,020, P. R. Narraway, Nov. to Mar. 31, $425; 

R. E. Rudman, April 1 to June 17, $218.16, W. J. Sherman, $1,014.12, E. A. 

Skeats, $1,020; elevatormen, J. H. Doak, $1,080, W. Dunn, $1,200, M. J. Patton, 

$1,200, J. I. Powell, $1,200, P. Skelton, $1,140, W. Wager, $1,140; engineers, 

E. Hewitt, $1,320, J. Moffatt, $1,560. J. Stanton, $1,380; firemen, H. Cohen, 



Part U— 43 
DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE-Con. — DETAIL DES DEPENSES-Suite 

CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CKEF-Suite 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains federaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

ontario-Com. — Suite 

Toronto Post Office-Cone. 

$665; W. Stewart, $665; firemen-labourers, C. Smith, $1,260, J. Veal, $1,260, 
W. Wilson, $1,260; foremen, char service, G. A. Parker, $1,275; J. E. Tapp, 
$1,275; char service, $3,162.04; labourers, J. Haworth, $1,248, J. Johnston, 
$1,125.96; care of clock, $125; furniture, $1,922.75; heat, $2,531.14; gas heat, 
$288.57; light, $4,288.47; repairs, $7,278.59; sundries, $210.12; water, $534.01... 53,338 63 

Toronto, Postal Station "A":— Cleaners, J. B. Andrews, $1,133.88, T. M. Armstrong, 
April 1 to May 28, $180.81 (retired), J. Atkinson, $1,020, R. Barker, June 7 to 
Mar. 31, $833, W. W. Connolly, $1,140, H. E. Cooper, $1,140, J. L. Currie, 
April 11 to Mar. 31, $991.67, C. H. Farley, $1,200 F. G. Greenaway, April 4 to 
Mar. 31, $1,006.66, F. Ingram, April to Dec. 31. $765; F. L. Haines, $1,020, 
N. E. Harris, $1,020, C. R. Jones, April 1-20, $59.50 (retired), G. Laidlaw, 
$1,014.56, J. G. Lindsay, $1,020, J. H. Lock, $1,020, R. H. Milne, April 1 to 
July 24, $320.81, A. R. Moncrieff, $1,020, G. Nugent, April 22 to Dec. 31, $705.50, 
R. M. Paterson, $1,200, E. V. Perry, $927.69, J. Rigg, $1,020, D. Sardella, $1,200, 
G. H. Smith, $1,020, T. W. Stocks, $1,140, M. D. Sturgeon, $1,016.96, D. White, 
$1,080, S. A. Young, $1,020; elevatormen, C. E. Attwells, $1,125, W. P. Barbe, 
$1,200, A. Blair, $1,260, R. Cox, $1,200, R. F. Duncan, $1,200, C. S. Duthie, 
$1,200, J. E. Hart, $1,200, S. G. Janes, $1,200, F. W. Knight, $1,200, W. Martin, 
$1,200, A. Mclnnes, $1,200, A. H. S. Nelson, $1,200, A. A. Robotham, $1,200, 
W. E. Walker, $1,080; firemen-labourers, A. Ough, April 1 to Nov. 1, $723.50 
(retired), C. H. Windsor, $346.30; foreman, char service, T. Russell, $1,200; heat, 
$280.15; legal expenses, $774.65; light, $18,529.64; rent, $18,303.81; repairs, 
$6,661.84; sundries, $168.48; supplies, $363.84; water, $1,571.50; accounts paid to 
Toronto Terminal Railway Co., heat, $11,237.92, maintenance of elevators, 
$2,717.77, rent, $69,452.36, taxes, $1,311.46 

Toronto, Postal Station " B ":— Cleaner, T. M. Horgan, $1,020; light, $264.52; 
rent, $5,000 ; sundries, $19.25 

Toronto, Postal Station " C ":— Caretaker, W. Graham, $960 (quarters $300 not 
included); heat, $371.89; light, $335.86; repairs, $255.81; sundries, $109.60 

Toronto, Postal Station "D" (New) :— Caretaker, G. L. Beecham, $960 (quarters 
$300 not included) ; cleaners, W. P. Coulson, April to Dec, $765, F. Ingram, 
Jan. to Mar., $255; G. Whitehurst, $1,020; char service, $523.98; light, $1,540.83; 
repairs, $371.50; sundries, $129.03; water, $106.18 

Toronto, Postal Station "D" (Old) :— Caretaker, F. Malone. $840 (quarters $240 
not included); heat, $657.37; light, $513.72; repairs, $511.05; sundries, $131.82.. 

Toronto, Postal Station " E ":— Cleaner, R. J. Irvine, $1,140; light, $378.92; rent, 
$5,100; repairs, $426.08; sundries, $87.59 

Toronto, Postal Station " E " Site: — Sundries 

Toronto, Postal Station " F ":— Caretaker, J. Lynch, $1,260; heat, $878.80; gas 
heat, $170.01; light, $643.08; repairs, $297.98; sundries, $146.71 

Toronto, Postal Station " G":— Caretaker. G. Cunliffe, $1,320; furniture, $142.60; 
heat, $1,232.50; light, $411.39; repairs, $378.26; sundries, $172.15 

Toronto, Postal Station "H": — Cleaners, R. Donovan, Jan. to Mar., $255 less 
$127.50 charged to station "J," S. J. Larkin, $1,125 less $562.50 charged to 
station "J," D. Shand, April to Dec. 31, $765 less $382.50 charged to station 
"J"; light, $134.76; rent, $3,200; sundries, $44.07 4,45133 

Toronto, Postal Station "J": — Cleaners, R. Donovan, July 26 to Dec. 31, plus 
detailed with station " H," $568.96, S. J. Larkin, detailed with station "J," 
$562.50, D. Shand. detailed with station "J," $382.50, W. White. $1,020; 
furniture, $102; light, $514.29; rent, $9,900, repairs, $151.12; sundries, $70.33... 13,271 70 

Toronto, Postal Station " K ":— Caretaker, W. Stringer, $1,020 (quarters $300 not 
included) ; cleaners, P. R. Narraway, April to Oct., $595, G. A. Swainson, 
Nov. to Mar., $475; firemen, L. Eccles, Dec. 12 to Mar. 31, $346.30, C. H. 
Windsor, Oct. 18 to Dec. 11, $171.60; heat, $558.87; light, $894.39; repairs, 
$569.1 1 ; sundries, $278.83 

Toronto, Postal Station "L" (New) :— Cleaner, H. G. Plow, $1,140; sundries, 
$25.75 

Toronto, Postal Station "L" (Old) :— Furniture, $182.57; light, $438.74; rent, 
$6,840; sundries. $64.04 

Toronto, Post Office Garage : — Rent 

Toronto, North, Railway Siding and Right of Way: — Rent 

Toronto, R.C.A.F.:— Furniture, $646.32; sundries, $73.34 

Toronto, R.C.N.V.R.:— Rent, $3,600; sundries, $2.01 

Toronto, University: — Allowance for C.O.T.C 



176,544 26 


6,303 


77 


2,033 


16 


5,671 


52 


2,653 


96 


7,132 59 
5 39 


3,396 


58 


3,656 


90 



4,909 


10 


1,165 


75 


7,525 


35 


110 


60 


169 


37 


719 


or, 


3,602 


01 


2,000 00 



Pant U^4 

PUBLIC WORKS — TRAVAUX PUBLICS 

CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CSEF- Suite 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains federaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

ONTARIO-COMC. — Fin 

Toronto. Generally: — Carpenters, $6,418.08; electricians, $6,740.07; foremen, 
$4,597.87; labourers, $2,153.45; machinist, $1,801.56; plumbers and fitters, 
$13,175.13; furniture, $3,036.45; light, $617.40; repairs, $2,126.98; sundries, 
$155.74; supplies, $10,561.75; truck and car expenses, $325.98 51,710 46 

Trenton, Armoury: — Rent 400 00 

Trenton, Post Office:— Caretaker, T. H. Smith, $960 (quarters $300 not included); 

care of clock, $50; heat, $400.17; light, $217.84; sundries, $196.98 1,824 99 

Uxbridge, Post Office:— Caretaker, H. Vesey, $960 (quarters $300 not included); 

care of clock, $50; heat, $315; light, $135.12; repairs, $427.74; sundries, $106.44. 1,994 30 

Vankleek Hill, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, C. MacLaren, $315; 

furniture, $229.07 ; sundries, $143.69 687 76 

Vineland, Entomological Laboratory:- — Furniture 206 09 

Wagaming, Meteorological Office: — Furniture 127 24 

Walkerton, Public Building:— Caretaker, E. Potts, $960 (quarters $300 not in- 
cluded); heat, $504.25; light, $164.60; repairs, $574.70; sundries, $126.71 2,330 26 

Walkerville, Public Building:— Caretaker, T. W. Nelson, $1,260; cleaner, H. 
Maynard, $1,140; char service, $360; furniture, $2,679.95; heat, $270.19; light, 
$297.92; repairs, $1,980.01; sundries, $39.08; supplies. $113.03 8,140 18 

Wallaceburg, Post Office:— Caretaker, J. Millward, $960 (quarters $300 not in- 
cluded) ; heat, $283.89; sundries, $262.46 1,506 35 

Wardsville, Post Office:— Rent, $200 less $50 paid by P.O. Dept.; sundries, $73.03. 223 03 

Waterloo, Public Building:— Caretaker, J. Westwell, $960 (quarters $300 not in- 
cluded) ; care of clock, $50; furniture, $191; heat, $536.19; light, $136.99; repairs, 
$1,753.86; sundries, $163.87 3,791 91 

Watford, Armoury:— Sundries 31 14 

Watford, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, F. H. Luckham, $450; heat, 

$113.50; sundries, $159.31 722 81 

Welland, Public Building:— Caretaker, W. Jarvis, $1,080 (quarters $300 not in- 
cluded); heat, $366.18; light, $159.90; repairs, $1,184.93; sundries, $167.08; 
supplies, $124.97 3,083 06 

West Lome, Post Office:— Rent, $500 less $175 paid by P.O. Dept.; sundries, $37.40 362 40 

Weston, Post Office:— Caretaker, C. H. Keown, $969 (quarters $300 not included); 

heat, $319.85; sundries. $276.02 1.555 87 

Westport, Post Office:— Caretaker, part time. J. F. Mulville, $99.96 (quarters 
$300 not included); heat, $298.50; light, $222.30; repairs, $124.08; sundries, 
$32.69 777 53 

Whitby, Public Building:— Caretaker, W. P. Ashton, $960 (quarters $300 not in- 
cluded) ; care of clock, $50; heat, $415.87; light, $131.44; repairs, $424.50; 
sundries, $170.04 2,151 85 

Wiarton, Public Building:— Caretaker, part time, T. C. Allan, P.M., $540; heat, 

$178.50; sundries, $160.31 878 81 

Windsor, Public Building:— Cleaners, at $1,020, H. Allan, D. Pond, A. Rose, H. W. 
Woods; elevatormen. at $1,140. E. Gormeley, E. Langbridge; engineer, A. V. 
Brereton, $1,500; firemen, W. Boyzuk, $615.97, A. Janisse. $643.39, H. Lawson, 
$680.81; fireman-labourers, C. Topping, $1,290; foreman, char service, H. Cooper, 
$1,260; char service, $3,816.32; furniture, $118.61; heat, $1,306.53; light, $2,328.10; 
maintenance of elevators, $1,518; repairs, $2,519.61; sundries, $150.26; supplies, 
$739.12; gratuity to the widow of the late H. Lawson, $210 25,056 72 

Windsor, Radio Gar Garage : — Sundries 96 00 

Wingham, Public Building:— Caretaker, part time, Miss M. S. Fisher, $300 
(quarters $300 not included); care of clock, $50; heat, $332.38; light, $148.98; 
repairs. $596.24; sundries, $79.12 1,506 72 

Woodstock, Public Building:— Caretaker, W. J. Tucker, $960 (quarters $300 not 
included); char service, $402.08: furniture, $247.60; heat, $656.25; light, $190.11; 
repairs, $478.98; sundries, $189.10 3,124 12 

Toronto, Architects Office: — Supervising architect. R. Winter. $4,140; assistant 
architect, W. Moir, Julv 13 to Mar. 31. $1,593.39; clerk of works, A. Morrison, 
$1,740; prin. clerk, H. M. Jones, $2,040; clerks, M. E. Caldwell. $1,920, H. E. 
Moulton, i$l,291.83; stens., H. Dickinson, $720; M. Winkler. $825; sundries, 
$781.39; supplies, $387.91; travel, W. R. Bradley, $239.75, D. Clark, $118.45, 
W. Moir, $283.18, R. Winter, $435.65; gas and oil. $261.18, sundry, $208.80 16,986 53 

Ontario, Buildings Generally:— Advertising, $1,710.28; architect's fees, $807.60; 
lamps, $4,907.68; new motor car, $889.03, less $600 for old car; repairs, $1,070.58; 

sundries, $39.40; supplies, $371.16 9,195 73 

1,150,878 SO 



Part U— 45 
DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE-Con.— DETAIL DES DEPENSES-Smte 

CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CHEF-Su^e 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
_Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains federaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

MANITOBA 

Altamount, Armoury: — Rent 240 00 

Beausejour, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, W. Laurie, $300; heat, $177; 

sundries, $151.29 628 29 

Boissevain, Public Building:— Caretaker, part time, R. W. Clark, $399.96; heat, 

$256.13; light, $149.43; repairs, $390.44; supplies. $35.70 1,231 66 

Brandon, Farm:— Heat, $1,391.80; light, $470 1,861 80 

Brandon, New Post Office:— Caretaker, E. Stratford, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); char service, $541.94; heat, $1,173.19; light, $631.57; repairs, 

$2,120.51; supplies, $125.24; water, $139.15; sundries, $160.70 5,852 30 

Brandon, Old Post Office:— Caretaker, J. Redman, $1,260; heat, $1,114.51; labour, 

$223.27; light, $172.21; repairs, $1,383.92; sundries, $94.41 4,248 32 

Carberry, Public Building: — Freight on fittings 28 86 

Carman, Public Building: — Caretaker, W. S. McCullough, $1,080 (quarters $300 

not included); care of clock, $50; heat, $419.17; light, $136.38; repairs, $291.93; 

sundries, $101.42 2,078 90 

Churchill, Radio Station: — Furniture 16 50 

Dauphin, Armoury: — Rent 1,320 00 

Dauphin, Public Building: — Caretaker, A. Chute, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); heat, $765.94; labour, $218.74; light, $502.55; repairs, $1,014 95- 

supplies, $50.19; water, $108.09 3^20 46 

Deloraine:— Public Building:— Caretaker, part time, J. E. McDonald, $300 

(quarters $300 not included); heat, $253.65; light, $238.02; repairs, $287.30; 

sundries, $18.80 1,097 77 

Elkhorn, Public Building:— Caretaker, part time, W. H. Clarke, $300 (quarters 

$300 not included); heat, $207.81; light, $193.13; repairs, $360.10; supplies, 

$40.99 1,102 03 

Emerson, Customs and Immigration Building: — Caretaker, part time, W. Watson 

$600; furniture, $188.75; heat, $359.82; light, $719.28; sundries, $106.84 .' 1 974 69 

Emerson, Post Office:— Caretaker, G. E. Ross, $1,080 (quarters $300 'not included) ■ 

furniture, $112.49; heat, $476.72; light, $467.88; repairs, $686.76; water, $75.75; 

sundries, $136.32 3 035 92 

Ethelbert, R.C.M.P.:— Furniture ' 40 94 

Gilbert Plains, New Public Building: — Sundries 2 00 

Gilbert Plains, Post Office:— Heat, $114; light, $53.20; rent, $420, less $375 paid 

by P.O. Dept 212 20 

Gimli, New Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, A. C. Baker, Dec 10-Mar 31 

$120.56 ; heat, $234.50 ; sundries, $50.17 ' 405 23 

Gimli. Post Office:— Rent, $240, less $188 paid by P.O. Dept " 59 00 

Glenella, Post Office:— Rent, $144 less $125 paid by P.O. Dept '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 19 00 

Gretna, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, C. L. Hayward, $300 (quarters 

$300 not included); heat, $246.43; light, $128.08; repairs, $177.53; sundries 

$ 8 + - 36 -: £••; ' 932 40 

Gunton, Armoury : — Rent 130 QO 

Hamiota, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, L. King, $399.96; heat, $138 29* 

light, $111.12; repairs, $236.63: sundries, $44.94 \ 930 94 

Le Pas, Indian Agent's Office: — Furniture 8 60 

Le Pas, Post Office: — Caretaker, W. Phillips, $960 (quarters $300 not included) * 

heat, $969.75; light, $309.98; sundries, $391.18 2,630 91 

Manitou, Armoury: — Rent '420 00 

Melita, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, G. H. Hoover, $300; heat, $106- 

light, $126.01; repairs, $751.50; supplies, $13.12 1^296 63 

Minnedosa, Public Building: — Caretaker, H. H. Ross, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); care of clock, $50; heat, $479.51; light, $234.53; repairs, $1,938.36; 

sundries, $123.25 ' 3 735 @r; 

Morden, Farm: — Heat, electric, $61.83, sundry, $2,017.91; light, $417.33 ...... 2^497 07 

Morden, Public Building: — Caretaker, F. Simmons, $901 (quarters $300 not 

included); care of clock, $50; heat, $779.37;- light, $238.98; repairs, $528.60; 

sundries, $147.64 2,645 59 

Morris, Public Building:— Caretaker, part time, M. E. Robinson, Sept. 7-Mar 31 

$198.36; furniture. 8275.87: heat, $135.88: sundries, $129.69 739 80 

Neepawa, Public Building: — Caretaker, W. H. Worrall, $1,154.17 (quarters $105 83 

not included); heat, $384.45; light, $314.97; repairs, $2,889.51; water, $180.02; 

sundries, $120.79 : 5,043 91 



Pant U— 46 

PUBLIC WORKS — TRAVAUX PUBLICS 

CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CHEF-Sm'te 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains f ederaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

manitoba-Cow. — Suite 

Norwood Grove, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, A t H. Thompson, P.M., 
$300 (quarters $300 not included); heat, $243.61; light, $129.10; repairs, $376.55; 

sundries, $128.10 1,177 36 

Oak Lake, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, W. Cochrane, P.M., $300 
(quarters $300 not included) ; heat, $174.95; light, $117.14; repairs, $466.75; 

sundries, $123.29 1,182 13 

Portage la Prairie, Armoury: — Furniture 29 84 

Portage la Prairie, Armoury (Temp.): — Rent, April 1-June 18, Nov .-Mar 228 00 

Portage la Prairie, Public Building: — Caretaker, J. S. Sanford, $960 (quarters 
$300 not included); fireman, W. Radford, $307.98; heat, $845.55; light, $524.10; 

repairs, $912.47; supplies, $133.96; sundries, $115.27 3,799 33 

Rivers, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, H. Trudell, $450; heat, $160.74; 

light, $79.11; repairs, $278.95; sundries, $40.28 1,009 08 

Roblin, Public Building:— Caretaker, part time, W. Cox, $405; heat, $177.80; 

light, $135.74; repairs, $995.52; sundries, $30.22 1,744 28 

Russell, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, P. H. Kingdon, $600; light, 

$151.67; repairs, $446.98; sundries, $84.04 1,282 69 

St. Boniface, Public Building:— Caretaker, J. Duke, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); heat, $306.73; light, $138.23; sundries, $136.63 1,541 59 

St. Vital, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, J. Johnston, Oct. 15-Mar. 31, 

$217.33; furniture, $308.50; heat, $239.94; sundries, $68.64 834 41 

Selkirk, Armoury:— Rent 420 00 

Selkirk, Public Building:— Caretaker, S. Perrin, $1,260; heat, $449.10; light, 

$146.46; repairs, $177.45; sundries, $137.04 2,170 05 

Shoal Lake, Post Office:— Rent, $480, less $375 paid by P.O. Dept 105 00 

Souris, Armoury: — Rent 300 00 

Souris, Public Building:— Caretaker, T. E. Llowarch, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); heat, $348.65; light, $160.75; repairs, $188.18; sundries, $130.62 1,788 20 

Steinbach, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, C. S. Kehler, $312; heat, 

$158.16; light, $108.28; repairs, $112.59; sundries, $120.96 81199 

Stonewall, Public Building:— Caretaker, part time, R. M. MacMartin, $499.92; 

heat, $185.19; sundries, $195.52 880 63 

Swan River, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, J. Scott, $260.04 (quarters 

$90 not included); heat, $268.23; light, $335.15; repairs, $423.25; sundries, $72.21 1,358 88 

Transcona, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, G. Berry, $600; heat, $250.50; 

sundries, $170.85 1,021 35 

Virden, Public Building: — Caretaker, W. Ready, June 7-Mar. 31, $624 (quarters 
$160 not included), J. H. Hewitt, April 1-Oct. 6, $626.29 (retired); care of 

clock, $50; heat, $379.50; light, $276.44; sundries, $139.50 2,095 73 

Winkler, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, H. J. Peters, Nov.-Mar., 

$145.80; furniture, $316.48; heat, $100.50; sundries, $51.33 614 11 

Winnipeg, Confederation Life Building: — Cartage 2 25 

Winnipeg, Custom House: — Cleaner, H. J. Smallwood, $1,020; elevatorman, F. 
Jenkins, $1,260; fireman-labourer, W. Coffey, $1,354.52; watchmen, B. J. Lucas, 
$1,140, H. G. Phillips, $1,200; char service, $1,269.12; steam heating, $3,050.74; 
light, $851.68; repairs, $2,071.28; supplies, $523.57; water, $222; sundries, $62.13. 14,025 04 

Winnipeg, Deer Lodge Hospital: — Furniture 268 64 

Winnipeg, Examining Warehouse: — Cleaners, G. Hutchison, April-Aug., $425, 
M. Poppitt, $1,140, G. Y. MacKenzie, Sept.-Mar., $595; elevatormen, E. Hood, 
$1,260, A. Stewart, April 1-Sept. 20, $563.33 (retired), R. B. Warren, Sept.-Mar., 
$700, J. A. Woolverton, April-Aug., $500, R. C. Yuill, $1,200; char service, 
$1,284.11; uniform, $31.70; steam heating, $5,472.16; light, $1,476.03; repairs, 

$1,195.73; supplies, $405.73; water, $413.41 16,662 20 

Winnipeg, Grain Exchange Building:— Rent, $1,192.74; sundries, $82.96 1,275 70 

Winnipeg, Grain Inspection Building: — Repairs 585 00 

Winnipeg, Immigration Building:— Heat, $1,843.85; light, $935.45; water, $237.21. 3,016 51 

Winnipeg, Meteorological Service, Stevenson Field: — Furniture, $466.79; rent, 

April 1-Aug. 21, $350.81; repairs, $16.52 834 12 

Winnipeg, New Public Building:— Caretaker, T. Waters, $960 (quarters $300 
not included); cleaners, W. Baker, $1,020, C. T. Haywood, Sept.-Mar., $595, 
G. Hutchison, Sept.-Mar., $595, F. C. Lucas, $1,020, G. Y. MacKenzie, April- 
Aug., $425, A. Morrison, $1,020, J. Richmond, Sept.-Mar., $595, G. Smallwood, 



Part U--47 
DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE-Con.— DETAIL DES DEPENSES-Suite 

CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CTLEF-Suite 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains federaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

MANITOBA-Conc. — Fin 

Winnipeg, New Public Building-Cone. 

$1,020, W. S. Stokes, $1,020; elevatormen, G. H. Atkin, $1,200, W. Blackstock, 
$1,155, E. Inall, $1,200, G. Roulin, $1,200; engineers, G. Challoner, $750, R. Innes, 
$1,830, G. F. Neilson, $1,335, T. Purvis, $802.50, C. S. Rickard, Feb. 6-Mar. 31, 
$191.25; firemen, W. Carson, Oct.-Mar., $570, H. R. Dale, $695, C. S. McPhail, 
April, $95; fireman-labourer, J, A. Beaubien, $1,230; foreman char service, 
A. McTeer, $1,320; char service, $8,512.41; furniture, $2,864.57; heat, $4,121.51; 
light, $8,504.69; repairs, $4,463.33; supplies, $1,483.61; water, $779.34 52,573 21 

Winnipeg, Post Office:— Cleaners, J. E. Besteck, $1,020, O. L. Davies, $1,020, 
C. T. Haywood, April-Aug., $425, M. McDonald, $1,020, F. Parnell, $1,020, 
P. Smith, $1,020, G. T. Taylor, $1,020, C. A. Wilson, $1,020; elevatormen, 
T. Crewe, $1,200, R. B. Warren, April-Aug., $500, J. A. Woolverton, Sept.-Mar., 
$700; char service, $2,640; uniform, $32.70; furniture, $612.11; heat, steam, 
$9,815.29, sundry, $117.23; light, $9,573.74; area rental, $48.55; repairs, $5,998.59; 
supplies, $956.63; water, $902.20 40,662 04 

Winnipeg, Postal Station " A ": — Cleaners, W. B. Hunter, $1,020, J. Richmond, 

April-Aug., $425; light, $804.96; rent, $7,400; repairs, $273.14; supplies, $90.69.. 10,013 79 

Winnipeg, Postal Station " B ":— Caretaker, W. E. Hubbard, $960 (quarters 
$300 not included); char service, $327.23; furniture, $116.44; heat, gas and 
electric, $531.58, sundry, $793.87; light, $279.76; repairs, $505.43; supplies, 
$100.64; water, $57.40 3,672 35 

Winnipeg, Postal Station "C": — Char service, $192; light, $204.65; rent, $1,200; 

sundries, $33.10 1,629 75 

Winnipeg, Postal Station "D": — Fireman-labourer, J. Watterson, $1,260, less 
$630 charged to Station "K"; heat, $241.58; light, $93.50; rent, $1,020; sun- 
dries, $46.60 2,031 68 

Winnipeg, Postal Station "F": Caretaker, part time, W. A. Ford, $300 (quarters 

$300 not included); heat, $308.07; light, $186.45; sundries, $184.39 978 91 

Winnipeg, Postal Station "H": — Rent, $2,026.52; truck and tractor repairs, 

$160.36; supplies, $2.94 2,189 82 

Winnipeg, Postal Station "K": — Fireman-labourer, detailed with Station "D," 

$630; rent, $1,200; sundries, $49.12 1,879 12 

Winnipeg, Postal Station "L": — Char service, $192; light, $155.16; rent, $1,200; 

sundries, $41.20 1,588 36 

Winnipeg, Postal Station "R": — Char service, $189.42; hot water heating, 

$166.55; rent, $840; sundries, $83.83 1,279 80 

Winnipeg, Radio Car Garage: — Rent 144 00 

Winnipeg, R.C.A.F.:— Rent 6,420 00 

Winnipeg, R.C.M.P.:— Rent, $1,080; sundries, $77 1,157 00 

Winnipeg, R.C.N.V.R.:— Rent 1,000 00 

Winnipeg, Rust Research Laboratory:— Furniture, $211.76; heat, $58.75 270 51 

Winnipeg, University of Manitoba: — Allowance for C.O.T.C 475 00 

Winnipeg, Buildings Generally: — Carpenters, $2,077.32; electricians, $3,828.24; 
plumber and fitter, $2,139.36; plumber's helpers, $772.88; window cleaning, 
$751.10; repair materials, $236.64; supplies, $41.78 9,847 32 

Winnipeg, Architect's Office: — District resident architect, E. Parkinson, salary, 
$2,520, travelling expenses, $642.38; jr. architect, G. M. Ritchie, salary, May 5- 
Mar. 31, $1,630.65, travelling expenses, $40.56; elk., F. A. Curran, $1,920; 
stens., M. C. Bovd, $1,380, E. E. Harbour, $1,380; King's Printer, printing, 
$13.54, supplies, $75.82; car fares, $61.10; postage, $60; sundries, $92.65 9,816 70 

Manitoba, Buildings Generally:— Electric lamps, $3,261.52; sundries, $35.70 3,297 22 

262,171 06 

SASKATCHEWAN 

Aneroid, Armoury:— Rent 700 00 

Areola Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, -J. Ditchburn (quarters $300 in 

lieu of salary); heat, $179.08; light, $146.20; repairs, $1,087.40; sundries, $121.15 1,533 83 

Assiniboia, National Defence: — Rent 375 00 

Assiniboia, Post Office:— Rent, $1,100 less $625 paid by P.O. Dept.; repairs, $302.33; 

sundries, $130.41 907 74 

Assiniboia, Soldier Settlement : — Sundries 44 71 

Balcarres, Indian Agency: — Sundries 46 12 



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PUBLIC WORKS — TRAVAUX PUBLICS 



CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CHEF -Suite 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains federaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

saskatche WAN-Con. — Suite 

Battleford, Public Building:— Caretaker, A. R. Vine, $960 (quarters $300 not in- 
cluded) ; care of clock, $50; heat, $635.78; light, $500.28; repairs, $596.40; 
sundries, $176.24; supplies, $140.15 

Blain Lake, R.C.M.P.:— Sundries '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Broadview, Armoury: — Rent 

Broadview, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, E. M. Bishop, $300; light" 
$113.49; repairs, $794.63; sundries, $72.15 

Broadview, Radio Range Station: — Sundries 

Canora, Armoury: — Rent 

Canora, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, H. T. Richardson, $300 (quarters 
$300 not included); heat, $269.65; light, $163.80; repairs, $464.35; sundries, 
$71.31; supplies, $106.40 

Carlyle, Soldier Settlement: — Sundries 

Climax, National Defence : — Rent 

East End, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, A. P. Menzies, $259.92 
(quarters $180 not included); heat, $214.05; . light, $106; repairs, $422.10; 
sundries, $62.63 

Estevan, Armoury: — Rent 

Estevan Public Building:— Caretaker, J. Clark, $1,080; heat, $337.33; light, 
$291.10; repairs, $719.52; sundries, $165.66 

Foam Lake Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, J. Bergstrom, Oct. 25 to 
Mar. 31, $237.30; furniture, $382.34; heat, $330.75; sundries, $191.25 

Gravelbourg, Public Building: — Caretaker, R. M. Northrup, $960 (quarters $300 
not included); heat, $339.56; light, $599.16; repairs, $155.20; sundries, $135.82; 
supplies, $114.40 

Gull Lake, Post Office: — Caretaker, part time, A. Phillips, P.M. (quarters $300 in 
lieu of salary); heat, $282.85; light, $198.16; repairs, $389.81; sundries, $85.20.. 

Humboldt, Public Building:— Caretaker, V. Roselle. $750 (quarters $300 not in- 
cluded); heat, $564.15; light, $708.90; repairs, $1,428.21; sundries, $134.24; water, 
$120 

Indian Head, Experimental Farm:— Heat, $1,646.44; light, $879.27 

Indian Head, Forest Nursery Station: — Caretaker, part time, G. R. Coleman, 
$300; heat, $998.67; light, $394; water, $174.56 

Indian Head, Soldier Settlement: — Sundries 

Kamsack, Public Building:— Caretaker, part time, E. Cox, $369.96 (quarters $180 
not included); heat, $299.17; light, $265.07; repairs, $305.80; sundries, $156.48.. 

Kelvington, National Defence: — Rent 

Kerrobert, Post Office:— Caretakers, part time, F. Carr, $239.54 (quarters $188.33 
not included); A. K. Murdock. March 1-31, $35.83; heat, $273.25; light, $320.13, 
repairs, $1,240.54; sundries, $73.86 

Kindersley, Public Building:— Caretaker, W. A. Chisholm, $960 (quarters $300 
not included); heat, $262.28; light, $367.24; repairs, $1,215.64; sundries, $237.57. 

Kinistino, Post Office: — Caretakers, part time, J. T. Brown (quarters $275 in lieu 
of salary), J. G. Ellis, March 1-31, $17.50 (quarters $15 not included); heat, 
$260.56; light, $110.06; repairs, $329.94; sundries, $49.90 

Lloydminster, Public Building:— Caretaker, L. H. Willmore, $960 (quarters $300 
not included); heat, $570.55; light, $952.19; repairs, $1,481.55; sundries, $194.39. 

Lumsden, Post Office: — Caretaker, part time. Miss M. E. Ramsay, $300 (quarters 
$300 not included); heat, $148.70; light, $178; repairs, $643.61; sundries, $106.54. 

Maple Creek, Public Building: — Caretakers, part time, Mrs. M. E. Graham, P.M., 
$324.96 (quarters $300 not included) ; heat, $314.25; light, $456.40; repairs, 
$395.37; sundries, $59.95; supplies, $165.90 1,716 83 

Meadow Lake. Public Building: — Caretaker. H. R. Stooke, Oct. 9 to Mar. 31, 

$373.23; furniture, $464.94; heat, $297.50; light, $160.90; sundries, $173.26 1,469 83 

Melfort, Experimental Farm:— Heat, $805.20; light, $1,447.20 2,252 40 

Melfort, Public Building: — Caretaker, J. W. Drewery, $960 (quarters $300' not in- 
cluded); care of clock, $50; heat, $698.60; light, $568.88; repairs, $1,390.15; 

sundries, $203.91 3,871 54 

Melfort, Soldier Settlement:— Sundries 45 13 

Melville, Public Building:— Caretaker, W. E. Dove. $960 (quarters $300 not in- 
cluded); heat, $405.01; light, $360.83; repairs, $1,674.39; sundries, $245.35 3,645 58 

Moose Jaw, C.P.R. Station Mailroom:— Rent, $1,050; repairs, $40 1,090 00 



3,058 85 

6 59 

300 00 


1,280 

23 

308 


27 
85 
33 


1,375 51 

44 85 
450 00 


1,064 
600 


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2,593 61 


1,141 


64 


2,304 


14 


956 


02 


3,705 50 
2,525 71 


1,867 

44 


23 
31 


1,396 
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48 
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2,183 


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3,042 


73 


767 


96 


4,158 68 


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Part U— 49 
DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE-CW— DETAIL DES DEPENSES-Suite 

CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CHEF -Suite 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains f ederaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

Saskatchewan-Cow. — Suite 

Moose Jaw, Public Building: — Caretaker, J. E. Anderson, $1,260; cleaners, J. 
McSween, $1,125, W. V. Taylor, $1,020; elevatorman, A. E. Hughes, $1,185; 
fireman, W. Hamilton, $695; firemen-labourers, T. Shepherd, $1,260, D. Tivnann, 
$1,260; care of clock, $75; heat, $1,815.41; light, $2,539.78; repairs, ,$1,958.25; 

sundries, $59.30; supplies, $246.77; water, $309.14 14,808 65 

Moose Jaw, Radio Car Garage : — Rent 60 00 

North Battleford, Public Building:— Caretaker, J. R. Hope, $960 (quarters $300 
not included); care of clock, $50; heat, $657.88; light, $846.26; repairs, $2,076.98; 

sundries, $352.08 4,943 20 

North Battleford, R.C.M.P.:— Repairs, $797.14; sundries, $45.42 842 56 

Prairie River, Soldier Settlement: — Sundries 44 88 

Prince Albert, Immigration Building:— Heat, $937.92; light, $225.50; water, $112.66 1,276 08 

Prince Albert. Mines and Resources Dept. Garage: — Rent, Nov. 1 to Mar. 31, $625; 

sundries, $22.50. 647 50 

Prince Albert, Mines and Resources Dept. Highway Warehouse: — Heat 468 60 

Prince Albert, Public Building:— Caretaker, A. R. Mills. $1,080 (quarters $300 
not included); firemen-labourers, J. New, $1,260, S. Parkinson, $1,260; char 
service, $840; heat, $2,084.23; light, $1,649.90; repairs, $5,791.33; sundries, 

$76.08 ; supplies. $290.15; water, $154.50 14,486 19 

Prince Albert, R.C.M.P. Barracks: — Repairs 600 00 

Qu'Appelle, Post Office:— Caretaker, part time, J. F. Bell, $180; heat, $103.50; 

light, $173.25; sundries, $37.72 494 47 

Regina, Experimental Sub-station: — Sundries 20 70 

Regina, G.W.V.A. Building:— Rent, $1,350; sundries, $40.27 1,390 27 

Regina, Meteorological Station: — Rent 750 00 

Regina, New Public Building: — Foreman char service, P. E. Jones, $1,320; cleaners 
at $1,020, H. Bridgeman, D. Donohue, G. F. Neale, W. Rochon, J. A. Woods; 
firemen, F. G. Miller, $665, J. Stankov, $665; firemen-labourers, F. M. Busch, 
$1,200, J. McAllister, $1,200; furniture, $348.20; heat, $1,570.10; light, $2,052.44; 

repairs, $1,612.10; supplies, $391.89; water, $245.29 16,370 02 

Regina, Ordnance Stores: — Rent 5,400 00 

Regina, Post Office: — Caretaker, J. E. Higginson, $1,260; cleaners, J. Fullerton, 
$1,020, R. Stewart, $1,140. D. T. Wilkie, $1,140; elevatormen, R. C. Burton, 
$1,200, A. W. Cooke, $1,140, R. C. Hogg, $1,200, H. McCarty, $1,140; engineer, 
C. Shawcross. $1,560; fireman, J. Fesser, $695; firemen-labourers at $1,260, F. W. 
Cafe, A. G. Draper; care of clock, $100; furniture, $4,556.16; heat, $2,062.14; 
light, $3,631.47; repairs, $2,484.15; sundries, $83.95; supplies, $455.84; water, 

$316.63 27,705 34 

Regina, Postal Station "A":— Cleaner. J. H. Harris, $1,020; heat, $163.80; light, 

$117.52: rent, $29,581.80; repairs, $262.69; sundries, $48.91 31.194 72 

Regina, Radio Car Garage: — Rent 94 00 

Regina, R.C.A.F.:— Rent 3.882 96 

Regina, Transport Dept.: — Rent 225 00 

Regina, Generally: — Sundries 64 99 

Rosetown, Armoury: — Rent 1,200 00 

Rosthern, Experimental Farm:— Heat, $725.88; light, $306.70 1,032 58 

Rosthern, Post Office: — Caretaker, part time, Mrs. M. A. Ballantine. $300 
(quarters $300 not included); heat, $361.45; light, $248.72; repairs, $883.35; 

sundries, $94.38 1,887 90 

Saskatoon. New Public Building: — Engineer-caretaker, W. Arthur, $1,515; cleaners, 
F. Brophy. April to Oct. 31, $665 (deceased). J. Cooper, $1,140, G. Hardie, 
$1,140, G. H. Lyus, $1,020: L. D. McMurphy, Sept. 21 to Mar. 31. $538.33, W. J. 
Phillips, $1,125: W. H. Wilson, $1,020; elevatormen at $1,200, W. F. Baxter, C. 
Campbell, J. McCall; fireman, J. Hav. $695; firemen-labourers, J. T. Dewan, 
$1,260, C. R. Kendrv. $1,215. A. McCallum. 1,215; watchmen. G. Hunter. Nov. 1 
to March 31. $375, H. Phillips, April to Nov. 17 noon. $717.25 (retired) ; char 
service, $468; furniture, $739.86; heat, $3,942.01; light. $3,787.97; repairs, 

$5,148.49; sundries. $49.60; supplies, $826.06: water, $524.07 32.726 64 

Saskatoon, Old Post Office:— Caretaker. W. J. Robinson. $1,260: fireman. M. Davis, 
$695; heat, $792.06; light, $588.96; repairs, $4,156.38; sundries, $162.42; water, 

$140.25 7,795 07 

Saskatoon, Postal Station "A": — Sundries 47 09 

Saskatoon, Radio Car Garage: — Rent 90 00 

Saskatoon, R. C.N .V.R.:— Rent 2,462 32 

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CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CHEF -Suite 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains federaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

SASKATCHEWAN-COWC. — Fifl 

Saskatoon, University of Saskatchewan, Agriculture Dept.:— Sundries 47 42 

Saskatoon, University of Saskatchewan, C.O.T.C: — Rent 486 34 

Scott, Experimental Farm:— Heat, $861.74; light, $519.76 1,381 50 

Shaunavon, Armoury: — Rent 450 00 

Shellbrook, Soldier Settlement: — Sundries 45 73 

Star City Post Office : — Furniture 300 00 

Sutherland, Forest Nursery Station:— Heat, $625.39; light, $374; sundries, $55.68.. 1,055 07 

Swift Current, Armoury: — Rent 500 00 

Swift Current, Experimental Farm:— Heat, $1,740.66; light, $2.913.13 4,653 79 

Swift Current, Public Building:— Caretaker, D. Bridge, $960 (quarters $300 not 
included); heat, $434.25; light, $582.56; repairs, $504.88; sundries, $160.17; 

supplies, $120.35 2,762 21 

Swift Current, Soldier Settlement: — 'Sundries 45 17 

Tisdale, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, G. Mallan, P.M., $300 (quarters 
$300 not included) ; furniture, $102.83; heat, $278.85; light, $138.70; repairs, 

$254.49; sundries, $35.10 1,109 97 

Tisdale, R.C.M.P.:— Sundries 18 00 

Wadena, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, F. R. Smale, Oct. 11 to Mar. 31, 

$257.81; furniture, $373.70; heat, $208.18; repairs, $100; sundries, $120.50 1.060 19 

Watrous, Post Office: — Caretaker, part time, W. J. Cashman, $390 (quarters $300 

not included); heat, $295.47; repairs, $111.25; sundries, $215.55 1,012 27 

West Poplar River, Immigration Building: — Sundries 34 00 

Weyburn, Armoury: — Rent, March 10 to Oct. 10 350 00 

Weyburn, Armoury: — Rent, Oct. 10 to April 10 875 00 

Weyburn, Public Building:— Caretaker, E. J. Heath, $960 (quarters $300 not in- 
cluded); care of clock, $50; furniture, $332.69; heat, $445.82; light, $698.16; 

repairs, $1,638.15; water, $115.51; sundries, $136.29 4,376 62 

Whitewood, Post Office:— Caretaker, part time, T. B. Brown, $300; heat, $113.74; 

light, $121.05; repairs, $1,016.28; sundries, $14.53 1,565 60 

Whitewood, Soldier Settlement: — .Sundries 45 18 

Wilkie, Public Building:— Caretaker, W. G. Silver. $960 (quarters $300 not in- 
cluded) ; heat, $473.10; light. $561.19; repairs, $1,940.25; sundries, $213.42 4,147 96 

Wilkie, Soldier Settlement:— Sundries 45 39 

Wynyard, Soldier Settlement: — Sundries 44 81 

Yorkton, Armoury: — Rent 1 ; 200 00 

Yorkton, Public Building:— Caretaker, W. H. Cross, $960 (quarters $300 not in- 
cluded) ; heat, $638.05; light, $451.30; repairs, $150.67; sundries, $297.14 2,497 16 

Saskatoon, Architect's Office: — Dist. res. architect, G. J. Stephenson, $3,120; jr. 
architect, R. F. Duke, Oct. 6 to Mar. 31. $875.81; stem, E. W. Spencer, $1,020; 

sundries, $398.05; travelling expenses, $1,584.18 6,998 04 

Saskatchewan, Buildings Generally: — Electric lamps, $941.64; sundries, $44.32 985 96 

265,530 78 



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Athabaska, Post Office:— Heat, $76.97; light, $65.80; rent, $360, less $281 paid 

by P.O. Dept 221 77 

Banff, Post Office:— Caretakers, $1,507.95; heat, $202.60; light, $568.88; repairs, 

etc., $186.94 2,466 37 

Banff, Rocky Mountain Park: — Furniture 237 22 

Bassano, Public Building: — Caretaker, W. Bramley, $1,080 (quarters $300 not 

included); heat, $289.38; light, $178.60; repairs, etc., $308.19; water, $58.50 1,914 67 

Beaver Lodge, Farm:— Heat, $196.60; light, $290.38 486 98 

Bonnyville, Post Office:— Light, $53.85; sundries, $96.32 150 17 

Calgary, Examining Warehouse: — Engineer-caretaker, J. E. Halsall, $1,560; 
cleaner, A. Ridgeway, Apr. 1-Nov. 10 (retired), $623.33; elevatormen, A. Airlie, 
Nov. 1-Mar. 31, $450, W. H. Johnston, $1,200, J. Love, $1,100: fireman, G. 
Marshall, $665; firemen-labourers, T. Andrews, $1,320, A. Smith, $1,260; watch- 
man, C. Tippitt, $1,200; char service, $900; sundry labour, $190; furniture, 
$115.11; heat, $1,900.11; light and power, $1,462.80; repairs, $4,170.77; sundries, 

$102.22; water, $351.07 18,570 41 

Calgary, Exhibition Grounds: — Sundries 9 89 

Calgary, Grain Inspectors' Building: — Repairs 125 32 



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CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BR ANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CHEF -Suite 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains federaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

alberta-CW. — Suite 

Calgary, Immigration Building:— Caretaker, A. McCaull, $1,260; fireman-labourer, 
A. Gourlay, $1,260; char service, $420; furniture, $168; heat, $424.10; light, 

$165.86; repairs, $1,736.56; sundries, $107.46 5,54198 

Calgary, Indian Affairs Storage : — Rent 158 34 

Calgary, Meteorological Service:— Furniture, $176.67; rent, $180; sundries, $99.78. 456 45 

Calgary, McFarland Garage:— Rent. $1,687.50; repairs, $309.95 1,997 45 

Calgary, Post Office:— Cleaners, P. J. Airlie, July 4-Oet. 31, $331.77, H. Andrews, 
$1,020, P. J. Borley, $1,140, R. Buckingham, $1,020, W. C. Dexter, Nov. 1-Mar. 31, 
$425, A. Henderson, Apr. 1-19, $60.16; H. Huddleston, $1,125, P. Kearns, $1,020, 
F. Mortimer, Nov. 16-Mar. 31, $382.50; elevator operators, F. Clark, $1,200, 
J. Crowe, $1,200, J. J. Green. $1,185, P. J. Hopkins, $1,200, J. P. Longhurst, 
$1,200, D. R. Smith, $1,200, W. Strath, $1,200; engi-neers, J. Haining, $1,560, 
F. P. Laine, $729.52, A. Owen, $1,365, J. Sargent, $729.52; foreman, char service, 
A. Henderson, Apr. 20-Mar. 31, $1,136.67; char service, $894.35; uniforms, 
$168.09; furniture, $987.95; heat, $3,651.04; light and power, $2,795.37; repairs, 

etc., $6,586.35; water, $629.07 36,142 36 

Calgary, Postal Station "A":— Rent, $6,250; repairs, etc., to trucks $658.56 6,908 56 

Calgary, Radio Car Garage:— Rent 192 00 

Calgary, R.C.N.V.R.:— Rent 900 00 

Calgary, Veterans' Hospital, Blow Building:— Rent, Estate T. H. Blow, $17,820; 

furniture, $284.79 18,104 79 

Calgary, Generally: — Supplies for caretakers, etc 728 61 

Carwav, Customs and Immigration: — Repairs 223 00 

Camrose, Public Building:— Caretaker, T. Veal. $960 (quarters $300 not included); 

heat, $106.41; light, $333.16; repairs, etc., $382.65; water, $60.55 1,842 77 

Cardston, Mines and Resources: — Rent 150 00 

Cardston, Public Building:— Caretaker, A. Schaffer, June 22-Mar. 31, $604.50; 

furniture. $651.46; heat, $147.10; light, $86.10; repairs, etc., $264.25; water, $60. 1,813 41 

Chauvin, National Defence:— Rent 260 00 

Claresholm, Public Building: — Caretaker, T. A. Williams (quarters $300 in lieu 

of salary); heat, $243.21; light, $132.02; repairs, etc., $784.69; water, $52.20 1.212 12 

Claresholm, National Defence:— Rent 480 00 

Coutts, Immigration Building: — Sundries 33 32 

Cowley, Radio Range Station: — Furniture 149 88 

Delia, Public Building: — Caretaker, E. Thompson (quarters $300 in lieu of salary); 

heat, $209.74; light, $84.40; repairs, $153.55 447 69 

Drumheller, Public Building:— Caretaker, A. Nichol, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); heat, $145.58; light, $545.42; sundries, $306.78 1,957 78 

Edmonton, Barry Building:— Rent, $720; sundries, $133.27 853 27 

Edmonton, Blowey-Henry Building: — Cleaners, C. H. Brinjis, $1,020; E. Meakin, 
$1,140; char service, $365.81; sundry salaries, $900; furniture, $299.64; light, 

$923.89; rent, Blowey-Henry Co., $15,051.98; sundries, $157.83 19,859 15 

Edmonton, Calder Yards : — Repairs 125 75 

Edmonton, Immigration Hall:— Furniture, $228.16; heat, $442.57; light, $218.97; 

repairs, $447.67; water. $110.60 1,447 97 

Edmonton, Immigration Hall: — Rent of site 1 00 

Edmonton, McLeod Building:— Rent, $1,860; sundries, $55.97 1,915 97 

Edmonton. Meteorological Office:— Furniture, $64.47; rent, $180 244 47 

Edmonton, Post Office:— Caretaker, W. A. Clark, $1,155 (quarters $300 not 
included): cleaners, L. Alexander, $1,125, W. Jowett, $1,140, F. D. Morton, 
$1,020, J. E. Prosser, $1,020; elevator operators, H. Bishop, $1,185, D. Collins, 
$1,260, D. M. McPherson, $1,140, W. S. Ross, $1,200; engineer, G. Graham, 
$1,560; firemen-labourers, H. L. Day, $1,260, G. Freeman, $1,320, G. Lovall, 
$1,260, A. I. Perry, $1,169.84; care of clock, $100; uniforms, $84.05; furniture, 
$2,767.87; heat, $2,285.02; light, $5,231.88; repairs, $2,866.02; supplies, $726.93; 

water, $899.61 31,776 22 

Edmonton, Postal Station "A":— Cleaner, R. W. Blythman, Nov. 7-Mar. 31, $408; 

rent, $8,530.76; sundries, $604.59 9,543 35 

Edmonton, Radio Car Garage: — Rent 96 00 

Edmonton, R.C.N.V.R.:— Rent 450 00 

Edmonton South, Strathcona, Post Office:— Caretaker, W. H. Jackson, $1,260; 
char service, $386.96; care of clock, $50; heat, $350.32; light, $245.46; repairs, 
$503.91; sundries, $267.34 3,063 99 






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CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CKEF-Suite 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains federaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

ALBERTA-Cem. — Suite 

Edmonton, University of Alberta: — Allowance for C.O.T. Corps 1,224 81 

Edmonton, University of Alberta, Agriculture: — Sundries 26 75 

Edson, C.N.R. Station:— Repairs 22 00 

Fort McMurray, Public Building: — Caretaker, C. F. Somers, $99.96 (quarters $300 

not included) ; heat, $360; light, $156; repairs, etc., $208.60 824 56 

Fort Vermilion, Experimental Station: — Heat 99 75 

Gleichen, Armoury: — Rent 540 00 

Grande Prairie, Public Building: — Caretaker, J. Crisfield (quarters $300 in lieu 
of salary); char service, $399.96; heat, $312.48; light, $248.25; repairs, $382.65; 

sundries, $77.85 1,421 19 

High River, National Defence:— Rent 300 00 

High River, Public Building: — Caretaker, O. G. Upper, $300 (quarters $300 not 

included); heat, $234.96; light. $225.55; repairs, etc., $247.99; water, $57 1,065 50 

Hobbema, Indian Agent : — Furniture 144 25 

Innisfail, Public Building : — Caretaker, W. J. Pendergast (quarters $300 in lieu 

of salary) ; heat, $220; light, $236.55; repairs, etc., $504.92 961 47 

Innisfail, Armoury : — Rent 480 00 

Innisfree, Public Building.— Caretaker, W. C. Taylor, Jan. 9-Mar. 31, $71.98; 

furniture. $142.47; repairs, $2,114; sundries, $130.32 2,458 77 

Jasper Park: — Furniture ■ 96 36 

Lacombe, Experimental Farm:— Heat, $1,386.73; light, $814.05 2,200 78 

Lamont, Elk Island Park:— Furniture 122 13 

Lethbridge, Experimental Farm:— Heat, $1,020.10; light, $1,125 2,145 10 

Lethbridge, National Defence:— Rent 1,790 00 

Lethbridge, Public Building:— Caretaker, L. Leigh, $1,080 (quarters $300 not in- 
cluded) ; elevator operator. A. H. Bullis, $1,200; firemen-labourers, J. Ostler, 
$1,230, J. R. Owen, $1,260, R. C. Royle. $1,230; char service. $840; care of 
clock, $50; furniture, $1,439.14; heat, $736.23; light, $926; repairs, $5,116.59; 

supplies, $148.95; water, $112.42 15,369 33 

Lethbridge, Veterinary Research Station: — Power 403 86 

Lethbridge, Weights and Measures: — Rent 72 00 

Manyberries, Experimental Station:— Furniture, $135.48; heat, $474.87 610 35 

Macleod, Customs House : — Repairs 76 54 

Macleod, Post Office:— Light, $133.26; rent, $720, less $500 paid by P.O. Dept.; 

sundries. $104.62 457 88 

Medicine Hat, Armourv:— Rent 2,000 00 

Medicine Hat, C.P.R. Mailroom:— Rent 112 50 

Medicine Hat, Meteorological Office:— Rent 385 00 

Medicine Hat, Public Building:— Caretaker. T. H. Tyler, $1,140 (quarters $300 
not included); cleaner, J. E. Sharp, $1,020; furniture, $345.34; heat, $445.22; 

light, $456.51; repairs, etc., $1,491.21; water, $171.48 5,069 76 

Morley. Mines and Resources: — Furniture 220 34 

Olds. Public Building:— Caretaker, D. Bogley, Oct. 6-Mar. 31, $284.64; heat, 

$275.99; light, $151.10; repairs, etc., $777.29 1,489 02 

Okotoks, Public Building:— Caretaker, C. E. Miles, Apr. 1-Sept. 30, $213.51 
(deceased). A. Emery, Aug. 24-Mar. 31, $260.05; heat, $129.36; light, $108.95; 

sundries, $108.92 820 79 

Peace River. Post Office:— Rent, $648, less $563 paid by P.O. Dept.; heat, $143.95; 

light, $54.40 283 35 

Peace River, New Public Building:— Furniture, $107.78; sundries, $156.11 263 89 

Peace River, Telegraph Office: — Repairs 4 80 

Red Deer. Public Building:— Caretaker, A. A. Bearchell, $1,380; heat, $286.21; 

light, $129.66; repairs, $1,179.93; sundries. $109.27 3,085 07 

St. Paul, Public Building:— Caretaker. Z. A. Roberge, Jan. 1-Mar. 31, $117.48; 

furniture. $316.06; heat, $152.91; light, $62.63; sundries. $32.30 681 38 

Sundry R.C.M.P. buildings, furniture and fittings: — Andrew, $24.60: Bonnvville, 
$50.75; Brenton, $71.55; Cadomin. $72.10; Calais, $48.80: Coulee, $10.35; Edson, 
$6.50; Fairview. $4.55; Grande Prairie, $7; Hanna, $6.50; High River, $71.55; 
High Prairie, $51.34; Jemier, $6.50; Kinuso, $4.55; Lac La Biche, $40: Lamont, 
$47.25; Leduc. $52.95; McLennan. $44.66; Medicine Hat, $6.50; Olds. $6.50; 
Oyen, $52.95; Peace River. $25; Pincher Creek, $47.25; Provost, $47.25; Rimbev, 
$6.50; Rocky Mountain House. $50.96; Saint Paul, $57.25; Taber, $52.95; 

Thorhild, $52.95; Whitecourt, $53 1,080 56 

Vegreville, Public Building: — Caretaker, W. Turner, $300 (quarters $300 not in- 
cluded); heat, $287.25; light, $190.55; repairs, etc., $339.06; water, $50.08 1,166 94 



Pant U— 53 
DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE-Co/;. — DETAIL DES DEPENSES-Sm7e 

CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH-Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CllEF-Suite 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains federaux, y compris 
lovers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

ALBERTA-COWC. Fill 

Vermilion, Immigration Building: — Rent of site 1 00 

Vermilion, Post Office: — Caretaker, D. Taylor (quarters $300 in lieu of salary); 

heat, $167.13; light, $275.63; sundries, $142.76 585 52 

Wainwright, Public Building: — Caretaker, H. A. Wilson, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); sundry labour, $143.10; heat, $311.72; light, $145.50; repairs, etc., 

$358.45 1,918 77 

Westlock, National Defence : — Rent 240 00 

Wetaskiwin, Public Building: — Caretaker, G. Grabham, $1,080 (quarters $300 not 

included) ; heat, $248.24; light, $228.93; sundries, $166.90 1,724 07 

Calgary, District Resident Architect's Office: — Dist. res. architect, C. Sellens, 

$3,120; clerk of works, W. P. Bayne, $1,980; stem, H. B. Currie, $1,380; sundry 

assistance. $38.71; travelling expenses, $794.08; sundries, $227 7,539 79 

Alberta, Buildings Generally: — Electric lamps, $908.32; repairs, $131.22; sundries, 

$36.53 1,076 07 

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BRITISH COLUMBIA — COLOMBIE BRITANNIQUE 

Agassiz, Farm:— Heat, $1,259.49; light, $404.57 1,664 06 

Alert Bay, Indian Agent: — Furniture, etc 42 23 

Ashcroft, Public Building:— Caretaker, A. E. Lord, $1,260; heat, $143.34; light, 

$192.70; repairs, $1,019.15; sundries, $113.39; water, $135 2,863 58 

Atlin, Public Building: — Caretaker, R. Nelson (quarters $300 in lieu of salary); 

heat, $395; light, $155; repairs, etc., $1,287.75; water, $144 1,981 75 

Bamfield, Public Building: — Caretaker, S. W. Fry (quarters $300 in lieu of salary) ; 

heat, $315.70; light, $167.25; repairs, etc., $1,300.53 1,783 48 

Bella Coola, Indian Agent: — Furniture 51 38 

Carmi, Radio Range Station: — Furniture 159 58 

Chilliwack, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, L. B. Webb, $300 (quarters 

$300 not included); heat, $599.59; light, $130.34; sundries, $245.16 1,275 09 

Comox, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, C. C. Piercy, $349.92 (quarters 

$300 not included); heat, $126; light, $150.58; repairs, $566.50; sundries, $88.35. . 1,281 35 

Courtenay, Public Building:— Caretaker, P. Mclntvre, $960 (quarters $300 

not included); heat, $259.50; light, $84.45; repairs, $718.88; sundries, $174.80... 2,197 63 

Courtenay, National Defence: — Rent 375 00 

Cranbrook, National Defence:— Rent 1,200 00 

Cranbrook, Public Building:— Caretaker, S. Fyles, $1,140 (quarters $300 not 

included); care of clock, $50; heat, $453.85; light, $198.45; sundries, $250.18; 

water, $83.63 2,176 11 

Creston, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, R. Goodwin, $470.04; heat, 

$93.50; light, $136.41; repairs, $845.20; sundries, $212.48 1,757 63 

Crescent Valley, Radio Range Station: — Furniture 160 30 

Cumberland, Public Building:— Caretaker, M. M. Brown, $1,080 (quarters $300 

not included); heat, $225; light, $152.92; repairs, $737; sundries, $187.37 2,382 29 

Digby Island, Radio Telegraph Station: — Water 1 25 

Douglas, Customs and Immigration Building: — Caretaker, J. C. Oxenham, $600; 

heat, $343.70; light, $251.78; repairs, $204.29; sundries, $204.99 1,604 76 

Duncan, National Defence: — Rent 300 00 

Duncan, Public Building:— Caretaker, F. L. Wilmott, $1,140 (quarters $300 not 

included); care of clock, $50; heat, $349.61; light, $325.26; sundries, $240.70 2,105 63 

Eburne, Meteorological Office: — Furniture 285 09 

Esquimalt, Old Dry Dock:— Sundries 14 29 

Fernie, Public Building:— Caretaker, C. F. Hespeth, $1,260; heat, $559.80; 

light, $175.25; repairs, $1,786; sundries, $179 3,960 05 

Grand Forks, Public Building:— Caretaker, A. T. Scott, $1,140 (quarters $120 not 

included) ; heat, $429.10; light, $172.60; sundries, $210.08 1,951 78 

Greenwood, Public Building:— Caretaker, part -time, H. H. Summersgill, $36C 

(quarters $300 not included); care of clock, $50; heat, $326.42; light, $144.12; 

sundries, $45.45; water, $75 1,000 99 

Hollyburn, Public Building:— Caretaker, W. G. Crosby, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); heat, $116.95; light, $147.31; sundries, $183.52 1,407 78 



Part U— 54 

PUBLIC WORKS — TRAVAUX PUBLICS 

CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CKEF-Suite 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains federaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

BRITISH COLUMBIA-COW. — COLOMBIE BRITANNIQUE-£tti£e 

Huntingdon, Customs and Immigration Building: — Caretaker, part time, W. J. 

Sayce, $660; heat, $254.50; light, $279.20; sundries, $179.37 1,373 07 

Invermere, Farm:— Heat, $568.49; light, $985.61 1,554 10 

Kamloops, Entomological Building:— Furniture, $1,713.46; heat, $113.79; sun- 
dries, $83.41 1,910 66 

Kamloops, New Post Office: — Caretaker, E. H. Peters, $880 (quarters $300 not 

included); fireman-labourer, B. A. Kenward, $570; sundry labour, $163.31; 

furniture, $187.06; heat, $846.36; light, $843.79; repairs, $745.47; supplies, 

$108.52; water, $96 4,440 51 

Kamloops, Old Post Office:— Caretaker, F. T. Wright, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); furniture, $287.50; heat, $347.45; light, $138.04; repairs, $2,805.75; 

sundries, $173.04 4,711 78 

Kamloops, Radio Car Garage: — Rent, Dec. 12-Mar. 31 29 16 

Kelowna, Public Building: — Caretaker, J. H. Fisher, $840 (quarters $300 not 

included); furniture, $1,370.31; heat, $382.50; light, $425.98; sundries, $251.53.. 3,270 32 

Kimberley, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, L. Howard, $531.69 (quarters 

$180 not included); heat, $276; light, $121.95; repairs, etc., $1,077.14; water, $81 2,087 78 

Kimberley, National Defence:— Rent 1,200 00 

Ladysmith, Public Building:— Caretaker, J. Twentyman, $960 (quarters $300 

not included); heat, $226.50; light, $85.06; repairs, $437.60; sundries, $111.55 1,820 71 

Lillooet, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, J. B. Johnson, $600; heat, 

$151.75; light, $87.14; sundries, $211.78 1,050 67 

Lytton, Indian Agent: — Furniture 97 40 

Maple Ridge, Department of Transport: — Furniture 28 69 

Merritt, Indian Agent's Office:— Heat, $39.50; rent, $240 279 50 

Mission City, Armoury: — Rent 500 00 

Mission City, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, W. Wright, $300; heat, 

$157; light, $115.08; sundries, $202.39 774 47 

Nanaimo, Public Building:— Caretaker, H. D. Beaumont, $870 (quarters $300 not 

included) ; cleaner, J. G. Johnston, $1,015.83; care of clock, $50; furniture, 

$148.93; heat, $450; light, $616.38; repairs, $3,541.75; supplies, $203.73; 

water, $42 6,938 62 

Nanaimo, National Defence: — Rent, P. Conroy, $225, Pygmy Recreations Ltd., 

$533.34 758 34 

Nelson, Armoury: — Sewer rental 8 45 

Nelson, Public Building:— Caretaker, J. K. Ashby, Apr. 1-Oct. 31, $560 (deceased), 

B. J. Broadfoot, Oct. 2-Mar. 31, $481.14 (resigned), C. O. Anderson, Mar. 4-31, 
$63.23 (quarters $22.57 not included); firemen-labourers, B. J. Broadfoot, 
$318.70, M. R. McLeod, $3.07; furniture, $354.37; heat, $491.75; light, $995.45; 

repairs, $1,394.02; supplies, $120.75; sundries, $105.81 4,888 29 

New Westminster, Indian and Fisheries Office: — Caretaker, H. E. Smith, $1,260; 

heat, $218.78; repairs, $876.50; sundries, $151.64 2,506 92 

New Westminster, Labour Dept.:— Light, $13.08; rent, $447.50 460 58 

New Westminster, Post Office:— Caretaker, P. J. Curie, Apr. 1-May 31, $285, 

J. G. Shaw, July 1-Mar. 31, $675.32 (quarters $209.68 not included); cleaners, 

C. Middleton, July 5-Mar. 31, $754.03, J. G. Shaw, Apr. 1-June 30, $225; 
elevatorman, A. Workman, $1,200; fireman-labourer, V. W. Crispin, $1,260; 
furniture, $975.73; heat, $807.44; light, $1,264.56; repairs, $801.53; sundries, 

$97.10; supplies, $297.29; water, $82.76 8,725 76 

North Vancouver, Public Building: — Caretaker, J. W. Stalman, $630 (quarters 

$180 not included); heat, $294.12; light, $180.51; repairs, $186.75; sundries, 

$100.46 1,391 84 

Osoyoos, Immigration Inspector: — Furniture 142 80 

Pacific Highway, Customs and Immigration Building: — Caretaker, H. Roberts, 

$1,260; furniture, $330.05; heat, $420.20; light, $681.82; repairs, etc., $221.07; 

supplies, $102; water, $182.20 3,197 34 

Penticton, National Defence: — Rent 780 00 

Penticton, Public Building:— Caretaker, R. V. Harwood, $960 (quarters $300 

not included); heat, $259.48; light, $401.67; repairs, $123.65; sundries, $267.61.. 2,012 41 

Port Alberni, Public Building: — Caretaker, L. Davies, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included); heat, $347.25; light, $393.83; repairs, $391; sundries, $161.35 2,253 43 

Powell River, Public Building: — Sundries Ill 50 



Part U— 55 
DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE-Con.— DETAIL DES DEPENSES-Sw^e 

CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH-Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CHEF -Suite 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains federaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

BRITISH COLUMBIA-COH. — COLOMBIE BRITANNIQUE-$tttJe 

Prince Rupert, Immigration Building: — Rent of site 20 00 

Prince Rupert, National Defence: — Rent 1,200 00 

Prince Rupert, Post Office:— Caretaker, P. C. Miller, $1,260; fireman-labourer, 
J. L. Hall, Jan. 1-Mar. 31, $285; furniture, $196.13; light, $895.60; rent, $5,559; 

sundries, $176.42 8,372 15 

Prince Rupert, Public Building:— Furniture, $1,217.23; heat, $625.07; repairs, etc., 

$482.75 2,325 05 

Radium Hot Springs, Mines and Resources: — Furniture 161 40 

Revelstoke, Public Bulding:— Caretaker, J. Hamill, $960 (quarters $300 not 

included) ; heat, $364.28; light, $222.91; sundries, $238.97 1,786 16 

Rossland, Public Building: — Caretaker, R. Crawford, Sept. 1-Mar. 31, $420 
(quarters $140 not included) ; R. W. Timms, Apr. 1-Oct. 5, $492.90 (retired) ; 
sundry labour, $204.96: furniture, $118.03; heat, $335.80; light, $221.79; repairs, 

$643; sundries, $104.87 2,541 35 

Salmon Arm, National Defence: — Rent, Apr. 1-July 31 66 66 

Salmon Arm, Public Building: — Caretaker, part time, A. B. Cluse, $549.96; heat, 

$246.58; light, $103.08; repairs, $248.58; sundries, $138.55 1,286 75 

Sidney, Farm:— Furniture, $270.72; heat, $892.89; light, $941.09; sundries, $12... 2,116 70 

Sidney, Public Building:— Caretaker, part time, H. Carter, $300 (quarters $300 

not included) ; heat, $235; light, $85.12; sundries, $220.88 841 00 

Summerland, Farm:— Furniture, $109.72; heat, electric, $673.17, sundry, $2,274.94; 

light, $6,128.98 9,186 81 

Trail, Public Building:— Caretaker, C. F. Herman, $870 (quarters $300 not 
included); heat, $515.16; light, $568.33; repairs, $527.60; sundries, $156.17; 

supplies, $134.35 2,771 61 

Union Bay, Public Building : ^Caretaker, part time, Mrs. E. E. Hicks, $240 

(quarters $300 not included); heat, $207.50; light, $93.80; repairs, etc., $251.91. 793 21 

Vancouver, Ballantyne Pier:— Light, $84.42; rent, $900; sundries, $11 995 42 

Vancouver, Bower Building:— Rent, $540; repairs, etc., $112.24 652 24 

Vancouver, Customs Examining Warehouse: — Caretaker, H. A. Benbow, $1,260; 
cleaners, M. Hanlon, $1,020, A. W. Harwood, Apr. 1-Sept. 7. $429.83, J. Love, 
$1,140, J. P. Salmon, $1,020, J. N. Waughan, $416.78, W. H. Wood, $1,020; 
elevatormen, A. Beveridge, $1,200, A. E. Holmes, $1,200, S. K. March, $1,260, 
J. M. Mowat, $1,260; uniforms, $84.24; furniture, $291.06; heat, $678.34; light 
and power, $737.39; rent, $105.35; repairs, $745.06; supplies, $316.19; water, 

$180.35 14,364 59 

Vancouver, Immigration Building: — Heat, electric, $186.24, sundry, $1,135.87; 

light, $848.62; water, $505.15 2,675 88 

Vancouver, National Defence: — Rent, Estate H. O. Bell-Irving 11,000 00 

Vancouver, Post Office:— Caretaker, W. Hunt, $1,260; cleaners, A. Barnes, $1,020, 
J. Dyer, $1,020, L. J. Findlay, $1,020, A. E. Godden, Apr. 1-Nov. 18, $648.84, 
F. T. Goodrich, $1,020, J. Jesson, June 24-Mar. 31, $784.83, H. O. Kemp $1,020, 
H. A. Kington, $1,200, G. S. Lowes, $1,125, N. B. Marshall, $1,020, C* Moore, 
$1,200, J. R. Nixon, $1,200, J. Peden, $285.16, F. J. Pharey, $1,020, W. W. 
Pickles, $1,140, P. C. Reid, $1,020, C. Samson, $309.84, L. Steadman, $1,020, 
C. F. Stewart, $1,020, F. A. Stride, $1,020, D. Taylor, $1,020, R. Underwood, 
$1,020, A. E. Varah, $1,020, J. A. White, Apr. 1-Dec. 11, $653.39, R. M. Young, 
$1,020; elevatormen, A. W. Cooper, $1,140, W. Cowan, $1,110, S. R. Galton, 
$1,200, A. W. Harwood, Sept. 8-Nov. 31, $609, T. H. Martin $070, L. McEwan, 
$1,200, A. Sangster, $1,200, W. G. Sankey, $1,200, A. S. Shergold, $1,110; 
engineers, A. G. Austin, $1,800, W. G. Hulbert, $1,560, W. Noble. $681.29, 
E. Summer, $120, A. M. Tait, $840; fireman, H. N. Root, $665; firemen-labourers, 
M. W. McLean, $843.39, F. Townshend, $1,260; watchmen, F. W. Clarke, $1,170, 
H. W. Fawcett, Apr. 1-Nov. 20, $725.17, J. Ferrie, $1,200, A. E. Godden, 
Nov. 19-Mar. 31, $371.16; sundry salaries, $75.97; care of clock, $50; furniture, 
$7,124.59; heat, electric, $181.72, sundry, $9,879.63; light and power, $17,078.46; 
rent, $325; repairs, $11,184.17; supplies, $974.50; uniforms, $359.64; water, 

$1,180.30 94,696 05 

Vancouver, Postal Station "A":— Repairs 94 00 

Vancouver, Postal Station "B": — Caretaker, A. Ainsworth, $1,260; furniture, 

$640; rent, $1,683.48; sundries, $104.03 3,687 51 



Pant U— 56 

PUBLIC WORKS — TRAVAUX PUBLICS 

CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CSEF-Suite 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains federaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

BRITISH COLUMBIA-COW. — COLOMBIE BRIT ANNIQUE- Suite 

Vancouver, Postal Station "C": — Caretaker, F. Connolly, $960 (quarters $300 
not included); cleaner, W. C. Freeman, $983.17; care of clock, $50; furniture, 
$803.45; heat, $686.57; light, $396.04; repairs, $3,438.79; supplies, $153.45; 

water, $109 7,580 47 

Vancouver, Postal Station "D": — Cleaner, J. Gow, $1,140; heat, $126.76; light, 

$190.52; rent, $3,600; sundries, $54.06 5,111 34 

Vancouver, Postal Station "E : — Cleaner, part time, W. M. James, Apr. 1- 
Feb. 1, $401.43, C. E. Stanbrough, Jan. 18-Mar. 31, $98.06; light, $118.10; rent, 

$2,400; sundries, $46.25 3,063 84 

Vancouver. Postal Station " F":— Caretaker, T. F. Coakley, $439.83; heat, $158.10; 

rent, $2,300 ; sundries, $143.71 3,041 64 

Vancouver, Postal Station "G":— Heat, $126.94; light, $97.62; rent, $2,100; 

sundries, $85.21 2,409 77 

Vancouver, Postal Station "K":— Heat, $135.55; rent, $1,800; sundries, $203.14.. 2,138 69 

Vancouver, Radio Car Garage: — Pent 408 00 

Vancouver, St. Francis Hotel: — Rent 1,200 00 

Vancouver, Shaughnessey Veterans' Hospital: — Furniture 271 83 

Vancouver, University of British Columbia, Agriculture Department: — Furniture. 15 75 

Vancouver, University of British Columbia, Forest Products Laboratory: — Char 

service, $477.29 ; sundries, $48.96 526 25 

Vancouver, University of British Columbia, National Defence: — Allowance for 

C.O.T. Corps 298 20 

Vancouver, Winch Building: — Foreman char service, J. F. Regan, $1,320; cleaners, 
A. J. Bowles, $1,140, W. G. Goldney. $1,200, S. Henegan, $1,020, H. R. 
McPherson, Oct. 21-Mar. 31, $455.16; J. R. Mullins, Apr. 1-Dec. 24, $830.48 
(retired); E. Shimmins, $1,140, C. M. Stringer, $1,020, H. C. Taylor, $1,200, 
F. Warskett, $1,020, B. T. Wilband, $1,020; elevatormen, J. Griffin, $1,200, 
W. J. Kellett, $1,185, A. E. Kennedy, Apr. 1-Aug. 22, $444.35 (retired); furni- 
ture, $2,057.79; light, $630; rent, $140.20; repairs, $969.76; sundries, $35.64; 

supplies, $457.57; uniforms, $84.24; water, $273.70 18,843 89 

Vancouver, Buildings Generally:— Electricians, M. Michel, $2,251.92, E. C. 
Moores, $2,251.92, G. Neill, $2,251.92, sundry, $264; electric lamps, $1,485.60; 

repairs, $1,635; supplies, $138.80 10,279 16 

Vanderhoof, Indian Agent: — Furniture 25 64 

Vernon, Public Building:— Caretaker, S. H. Kaufman, $1,140 (quarters $300 not 
included) ; fireman-labourer, J. E. Hunt, $649.68; care of clock, $50; heat, 

$313.65; light, $502.06; repairs, $622.05; sundries, $144.74 3,422 18 

Vernon, Soldier Settlement:— Rent, Mar. 16-Sept. 30, $162.33; furniture, $91.75.. 254 08 

Victoria, Astrophysical Observatory: — Caretakers, E. S. Chatters, $933.60 

(quarters $300 not included); H. Little, $1,440 less $720 refunded by Dept. of 

Mines and Resources; gardener, J. W. Dobbie, $1,320; heat, electric, $297.60, 

sundry, $605.01; light, $893.86; repairs, $3,165.88; supplies, $196.11; sundries, 

$3.45 8,135 51 

Victoria, Central Building: — Rent 555 96 

Victoria, Customs Examining Warehouse: — Caretaker, A. W. Ward, $1,200; heat, 

$112.07; light, $97.80; rent, $3,500; sundries, $79.21 4,989 08 

Victoria, Old Custom House: — Caretaker, T. Gray, $960 (quarters $300 not in- 
cluded); furniture, $210.29; heat. $302.73; light, $178.36; sundries, $150.67 1,802 05 

Victoria, Immigration Building:— Heat, $825.80; light, $251.40; water, $129.45... 1,206 65 

Victoria, Meteorological Observatory: — Caretaker, F. Le Poidevin, $1,380; heat, 

$232.26; light, $80.05; repairs, $119.24; sundries, $105.79 1,917 34 

Victoria, National Defence : — Rent 3,000 00 

Victoria, Old Post Office:— Caretaker, W. J. Bowden, $1,200; furniture, $615.30; 

heat, $235.60; light, $84.90; repairs, $262.38; sundries, $65.81 2,463 99 

Victoria, Post Office:— Caretaker, R. A. Scott, $1,260; cleaners, R. A. Clarke, 
$1,020, J. Dickson, $1,020, A. J. Farrell, $1,020, J. R. Hudson, $1,020, T. W. 
Kerswell, $1,020, J. McGonigle, $1,020; elevatormen, H. Kent, $1,170, H. Riches, 
$1,200; engineer, T. J. Arnall, $1,860; firemen-labourers, P. Coleman. $1,260, 
P. Davis, $1,320, A. E. Humphries, $1,170; furniture, $1,013.17; heat, $2,676.91; 
light, $2,572.52; repairs, $2,411.11; supplies, $770.66; sundries, $29.47; water, 

$191.97 25,025 81 

Victoria, Radio Car Garage: — Rent 60 00 

Victoria, Buildings Generally:— Electrician, H. Ward, $2,181.60; repairs, $833.28.. 3,014 88 

William Head, Quarantine Station:— Heat, $2,521.63; light, $1,404.27; water, $60.84 3,986 74 



Part U— 57 
DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE-Cor?.— DETAIL DES DEPENSES-Smte 

CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CHEF -Suite 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Con. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains federaux, y compris 
lovers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Suite 

BRITISH COLUMBIA-COHC. — COLOMBIE BRITANNIQUE-Fw 

Victoria, District Resident Architect's Office: — Dist. res. architect, C. F. Dawson, 
$3,120; asst. architect, J. B. Shaw, $2,340; stenographers, F. T. Hill, $1,380, L. F. 
Michoux, $1,140, L. J. Tait, $720; travelling expenses, T. J. Arnall, $440.75, C. F. 
Dawson, $1,421.76, J. B. Shaw, $766.60. sundry, $346.36; car repairs and supplies, 
$327.10; postage, $448; sundries, $612.99; King's Printer, printing, $60.25; 
supplies, $389.50 13,513 31 

British Columbia, Buildings Generally: — Lamps, $1,532.12; supplies, $500.83; 

sundries, $19.75 * 2,052 70 

385,537 kt 



YUKON TERRITORY — TERRITOIRE DU YUKON 

Carcross Public Building: wood, $240; sundries, $72.70 312 70 

Dawson Administration Building: caretakers, T. -Byers, $1,980, G. Capell, $365.81, 

N. Marcoux, $180, J. Wyness, $2,090, labourers, J. W. LeBlanc, $1,313.68, sundry. 

$1,222.15; wood, $4,595.54; sundry supplies, $1,565.17; advertising, $13.50; light, 

$1,180.99; water, $3,108; gratuity, two months' salary, J. W. Le Blanc, $351.98.. 17,966 82 

Dawson Old Post Office, repairs 60 00 

Mayo Mining Recorder's Office: labour, $88; wood, $115; supplies, $135.02; light, 

$28; rent, $360; water, $13.50 739 52 

Mayo Post Office: labour, $8; wood, $195; supplies, $46.40; light, $65.95; rent, $300 615 35 

Whitehorse Public Building: caretaker, J. Porter, $1,980; seasonal fireman, N. C. 

Nelson, $125; sundry labour, $130.02; wood, $710; supplies, $235.30; light, $459; 

water, $144 3,783 32 

23,477 71 



GENERALLY — EN GENERAL 

Western Provinces Generally: — Advertising, $1,524.96; printing, $4.59 1,529 55 

Dominion Buildings Generally: — Furniture and fittings, Office Specialty Mfg. Co. 
Ltd., $10,910.50, Otaco Ltd., $3,067.74, Rubenstein Bros., $1,818, sundry accounts, 
$5,346.75; express. $221.75; photographic supplies, Instruments Ltd., $2,755.54, 
Ontario Hughes Owens Co. Ltd., $2,813.05, Photostat Corporation, $1,624.74, 
sundry accounts, $2,637.09; photographic work for Architects' Branch, $14,405.18; 

less $9,817.87 photographic work for various departments 35,782 47 

Royal Visit in Canada:— Travelling expenses, C. Baudry, $134.59; sundries, $53.14 187 73 

Fort Resolution Indian Agent : — Furniture 165 68 

37,665 43 



CANADA BUILDING, LONDON, ENGLAND — LONDRES, ANGLETERRE 

Salaries:— Janitor, G. Cope, $1,329.96; engineers. F. H. Babcock, $1,049.18, F. W. 
Sheppard, $1,117.47; liftsman, W. T. Halton, $1,029.96; doorkeeper, H. E. Pearce, 

$782.78; cleaners, $3,790.64; health' and unemployment insurance, $100.38 9,200 37 

Rents:— Oround rent, $9,733.33; taxes, $10,112.30; insurance, $146 19,991 63 

Light and Power:— Electric current, $2,369.51; light bulbs, $82.21 2,451 72 

Water:— Rates, 12 mos 1,939 28 

Furniture and Fittings: — Sundries 497 66 

Materials and Supplies: — Fuel, coal, $74.46, oil, $486.66, gas, $667.55; alterations and 
repairs, $6,078.34; architect's fees, $374.73; janitor's supplies, $304.28; uniforms, 

$137.97; window cleaning, $306.60; sundries, $877.75 9,308 34 

48,389 00 



3,756.494 96 



Part U— 58 

PUBLIC WORKS — TRAVAUX PUBLICS 

CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH-Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CHEF-Suite 

Vote — Credit 277 — Maintenance and Operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs, furniture, heating, etc. 
-Cone. — Entretien et service d'autres edifices et terrains federaux, y compris 
loyers, reparations, ameublement, chauffage, etc.-Fin 

Less — Charged to Dominion Public Buildings, Improvements 

Vote 282 Maritime Provinces (Page 

Vote 283 Quebec (Page 

Vote 284 Ontario (Page 

Vote 285 Manitoba (Page 

Vote 286 Saskatchewan (Page 

Vote 287 Alberta (Page 

Vote 288 British Columbia (Page 



Charged as follows: — 

Salaries and Wages 1,497,953 80 

Rents 629,858 64 

Light and Power 415,348 10 

Water 77,368 46 

Furniture and Fittings .* 144,867 94 

Materials and Supplies 517,457 00 

Sundries 39,104 72 

$3,321,958 66 



3 and Repairs: — 




U— 61)$ 


49,218 88 




U— 61) 


98,196 57 




U— 63) 


123,089 00 




U— 65) 


35,045 40 




U— 65) 


46,877 10 




U— 66) 


32,707 27 




U— 66) 


49,402 08 


434,536 30 
$3,321,958 66 



Vote — Credit 278 — Telephone Service at Ottawa — Service du telephone 

a Ottawa 

12 months to March 31, 1939 — 12 mots termines le 81 mars, 1939 

Private Branch Exchanges:— Equipment charges, $25,891.90; operators, $12,624.06. 38,515 96 

Agriculture:— Office, $3,153.01; residence, Minister, $51, D. M. Allen, $40.60 3,244 61 

Auditor General's office, $646.06; Chief Electoral Officer, $92.64 738 70 

Civil Service Comm., office, $965.23; Dominion Franchise, $77.68 1,042 91 

Exchequer Court, office, $85.44; Governor General's Secretary, $103.80 189 24 

External Affairs:— Office, $880.91; Laurier House, $643.20; residence, A. Hall, 

$39.60, H. R. Henry, $49.20 1,612 91 

Finance:— Office, $3,703.81; residence, Minister, $78, L. C. Craig, $39.60 3,821 41 

Fisheries:— Office, $381.11; residence, Minister, $55.20, E. Bosse, $40.60 476 91 

Government House, $925.56; Insurance, 199.68 1,125 24 

House of Commons and Senate: — Office, $4,973.68; residence, H. V. Attfield, 

$38.20, Hon. W. E. Foster, $21.47 5,033 35 

Justice:— Office, $1,135.98; residence, Minister, $65.14 1,201 12 

Labour:— Office, $796.52; residence, Minister, $51, A. G. Maclachlin, $51 898 52 

Library of Parliament, $45.36; National Gallery, $249.24 294 60 

Mines and Resources: — Office, $6,881.54; residence, Minister, $55.20, W. J. 

Pratt, $39.60 6,976 34 

National Defence:— Office, $6,184.12; residence, Minister, $41.40, W. C. Senior, 

$41.40 6,266 92 

National Research Council, $2,406.81; Royal Canadian Mint, $316.72 2,723 53 

National Revenue:— Office, $2,439.29; residence, Minister, $43.80, A. L. Wickwire, 

$41.40 • 2,524 49 

Pensions and National Health:— Office, $3,039.83; residence, Minister, $44.65, 

J. A. Sharpe, $39.60 3,124 08 

Post Office:— Office, $1,937.66; residence, Minister, $38.33, N. H. MacDonald, $41.40 2,017 39 
Privy Council:— Office, $130.92; residence, A. D. Heeney, $29.22, J. A. McKinnon, 

$6.90, E. A. Pickering, $20.70 187 74 

Public Works:— Office, $1,562.77; residence, E. Fournier, $41.40 1,604 17 

R.C.M. Police office, $1,613.10; Soldier Settlement, $289.14 1,902 24 

Secretary of State:— Office, $347.72, Bureau of Translation, $353.09, Patent and 

Copyright, $265.52, Public Archives, $137.97, Public Printing and Stationery, 

$1,006.72; residence, Minister, $10.35, F. Corbin, $41.40 2,162 77 

Supreme Court, office, $293.04; Tariff Board, office, $310.99 604 03 



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CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CHEF-Stuie 

Vote — Credit 278 — Telephone Service at Ottawa-Cone. — Service du telephone 

a Ottawar-Fin 

Trade and Commerce:— Office, $2,615.81; residence, F. Sim, $39.60 2,655 41 

Transport:— Office, $2,893.93, Commission, $652.11; residence, Minister, $55.20, 

W. J. Bennett, $40.51 3,641 75 

Bren Gun Commission, $8.43; Community Chest, 68c 9 11 

94,595 45 
Less — Sale of directories, $7; arrears refunded, $3.61 10 61 



$ 94,584 84 



Vote — Credit 279 — Telephone Service other than at Ottawa — Service du 
telephone ailleurs qu'a Ottawa 

New Brunswick: — St. John 331 59 

Prince Edward Island : — Charlottetown 134 04 

Nova Scotia:— Arichat, $34; Baddeck, $38.40; Englishtown, $12; Halifax, $324.78; 

Liverpool, $39; St. Peters Cove, $31.20 479 38 

Quebec: — Escoumains, $25; Lauzon, $141.60; Montmagny, $31.04; Montreal, 

$847.84; Quebec, $972.21; Bimouski, $123.60; Riviere du Lievre, $20; Ste. 

Simeon, $20; Sault au Mouton, $20; Seven Islands, $10; Temiskaming, $54; 

Tadoussac, $28 2,293 29 

Ontario:— Burlington, $35.20; Fort Frances, $27; Fort William, $74.25; Kingston, 

$49.80; London, $202.80; Ottawa, $37.20; Port Arthur, $85; Sault Ste. Marie, 

$89.40; Toronto, $667.98 1,268 63 

Manitoba:— Lockport, $161; Selkirk, $113; Winnipeg, $273.80 547 80 

Saskatchewan: — Onion Lake, $25; Saskatoon, $74.40 99 40 

Alberta:— Athabaska, $48.45; Beaver Lodge, $37.05; Calgary, $93; Edmonton, 

$229.15; Falher, $37.05; Fort McMurray, $1.50; Grande Prairie, $51.30; Peace 

Biver, $48.45; Spirit Biver, $37.05 583 00 

British Columbia:— Alberni, $45; Bella Coola, $12; Campbell Biver, $45; 

Courtenay, $42; Cumberland, $45; Esquimalt, $333.60; Nanaimo, $62.40; Nelson, 

$21; New Westminster, $350.70; North Vancouver, $55.80; Parksville, $42; 

Port Alberni, $45; Powell Biver, $58.80; Prince Bupert, $169.50; Quesnel, $36; 

Stewart, $72; Taylor, $12; Terrace, $30; Vancouver, $534.60; Victoria, $204.60 2,217 00 

Yukon: — Dawson 405 00 



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CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS 
CONSTRUCTION, REPARATION ET AMELIORATION D J EDIFICES PUBLICS 

Votes — Credits 280 & 570 — Nova Scotia — Nouvelle-Ecosse 

Berwick, Public Building: — Interior fittings, $894; blinds, $25.65 919 65 

Bridgewater, Public Building, Addition: — Advertising, $93.27; printing, $3.79 97 06 

Halifax Bockhead Hospital, Beconditioning and Improvements: — Infectious unit 

complete, Fundy Construction Co., Ltd., $28,100, less $16,420 paid in 1937-38; 

clerk of works $312.50; fascia boards, etc., $1,115.82; kitchen equipment, 

$1,120.32; showers, $1,123; sundries, $3,217.76 18,569 40 

Halifax Old Post Office Building, Alterations and Improvements: — On account 

alterations to building, Brookfield Construction Co., Ltd., $31,400; clerk of works, 

$709.68; sundries, $77.05 32,186 73 

Louisburg, Public Building: — Erection of building complete, Fundy Construction 

Co., Ltd., $17,400, less $600 held; clerk of works, $822.58; brass plates, $165; 

interior fittings, $1,582; sundries, $48.83 19,418 41 

Mulgrave, Public Building: — Erection of building complete, Walters Construction 

and Engineering Co., $22,444.30, less $1,300 held; clerk of works, $1,217.74; 

brass plates, $160; electric clock, $765; interior fittings, $1,541.90; sundries, 

$60.21 24,889 15 

Port Hawkesbury, Public Building: — Purchase of site, N. A. Morrison, $1,800; 

sundries, $159.27 1,959 27 



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CONSTRUCTION, REPARATION ET AMELIORATION D'EDIFICES PUBLICS-$tttfe 

Votes — Credits 280 & 570 — Nova Scotia-Cone. — Nouvelle-Ecosse-Fin 

Springhill Public Building, Alterations and Improvements: — Sundries 82 .81 

Stewiacke, Public Building: — Erection of building complete, Pundy Construction 

Co., Ltd., $13,403.09; clerk of works, $713.71; bronze plates, $160; electric clock, 

$640; interior fittings, $1,513.50: sundries, $88.19 *. 16,518 49 

Trenton, Public Building: — Electric clock, $650; interior fittings, $1,832; printing, 

$1.90. : , 2,483 90 

Wolfville, Purchase of Property Adjacent to Public Building: — Legal services, 

$475.20; sundries, $1 476 20 



117,601 07 



Under Statute — Statutaire — Exchequer Court awards — Jugements 
adjudicatifs de la cour de PEchiquier 

Wolfville, N.S., Public Building site, Tom Wai, award, $2,690, interest, $104.18, 

taxed costs, $312.40 $ 3,106 58 



Vote — Credit 571 — Prince Edward Island — He du Prince-Edouard 

Charlottetown Public Building, Addition and Alterations: — A. T. MacKinnon, 
construction of addition complete, $23,920.45, less $19,040 paid in 1937-38; mail 
receiver and sidewalks, $1,416.52; architect's fees, J. M. Hunter, $538.20, less 
$428.38 paid in 1937-38; sundries, $73.50 $ 6,480 29 



Votes — Credits 281 & 572 — New Brunswick — Nouveau-Brunswick 

Bathurst Public Building, Addition and Alterations: — Construction of addition 

complete, J. A. Pinault, $14,017; clerk of works, $524.19; sundries, $236.92 14,778 11 

Fairville, Purchase of Property Adjoining Public Building: — Purchase of site, 
W. L. Collins, $3,500; legal services including survey of site, $164.70; sun- 
dries, $1.65 3,666 35 

Minto, Public Building: — Erection of building complete, J. S. Roy, $15,831.15, 
less $66.15 paid in 1939-40; architect's fees, R. A. Frechet, $791.56, less $387.50 
paid in 1937-38 and $3.31 held; bronze plates, $154; interior fittings, $2,177; 
legal services, $286.20; sundries, $79.20 18,862 15 

North Head, Public Building: — Erection of building complete, Stewart Construction 
Co., Ltd., $28,572.28, less $1,035.48 held; clerk of works, $907.26; advertising, 
$133.52; architect's fees, R. A. Frechet, $777.75; bronze plates, $160; electric 
clock, $775; interior fittings, $2,224; printing, $4.31 32,518 64 

Rogersville, Public Building: — Erection of building complete, J. S. Roy, $9,738; 
clerk of works, $437.50; architect's fees, R. A. Frechet, $486.90, less $100 paid 
in 1937-38 and $54.95 held; bronze plates, $154; interior fittings, $1,125.40; 
sundries, $56.66 11,843 51 

St. John Quarantine Station, Partridge Island, Improvements, Alterations and 
Repairs: — General exterior repairs, Farrens, Ltd., $2,040; hardware, $404.22; 
pipe line repairs, $1,486.49; range, $370; sundries, $587.83 4,888 54 

St. Leonard, Public Building: — Purchase of site, J. P. Gervais, $1,800; advertising, 
$110.36; architect, R. A. Frechet, fees, $273.72, travel to Ottawa, $60.35; survey 
of site, $50; sundries, $47.69 2,342 12 

St. Stephen, Building for Customs and Immigration Purposes: — J. McVay & Son, 
erection of building complete, $13,099.25, on account paving and fencing, $4,660; 
clerk of works, $838.71; sundries, $53.14 18,651 10 



$ 107,550 52 



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CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH-Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CHEF -Suite 

CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS OF PUBLIC BUILDING S-CW. 
CONSTRUCTION, REPARATION ET AMELIORATION D'EDIFICES PUBLICS-£tU<e 

Vote — Credit 282 — Maritime Provinces Generally — Provinces Maritimes 

en general 

Dominion Public Buildings, Improvements and Repairs (Page U — 58)$ 49,218 88 



Votes — Credits 283 & 573 — Quebec — Quebec 

Amos, Public Building: — Walters Construction and Engineering Co., erection of 
building complete, $40,500.56, less $1,550 paid in 1937-38, interior fittings, 
$1,348; architect's fees, A. Martineau, $941.59; electric clock, $735; p.o. fittings, 
$2,247; bronze plates, $188; sundries, $67.99 44,478 14 

Bedford, Public Building:— Erection of building complete, Stewart Construction 
Co., Ltd., $21,405.60, less $11,450 paid in 1937-38; expropriation of site, D. Kimmell, 
compensation allowed, $5,200, interest, $264.27, costs, $450.30; architect's fees, 
J. E. C. Daoust, $481.62, less $198.44 paid in 1937-38; bronze plates, $170; electric 
clock, $715; interior fittings, $2,069; legal services, $383.85; sundries, $81.68 19,572 88 

Dominion Public Buildings, Improvements and Repairs (Page U — 58) 98,196 57 

Drummondville Public Building, Addition and Alterations: — Alterations complete, 
G. Laferte, $4,150, less $400 held; clerk of works, $431.45; advertising, $100.96; 
printing, $4.01 ; steel shelving, $126 4,418 42 

Hull, Armoury: — Erection of building complete, Concrete Construction, Ltd., 
$238,107.54; architect's fees, L. Sarra-Bournet, $11,905.38, less $5,870 paid in 
1937-38; grading grounds, Federal District Comm., $4,909.67; alterations to 
heating, $380 249,432 59 

L'Assomption, Public Building: — Erection of building complete, Heroux & Robert, 
Ltee., $16,754.47; architect's fees, R. Charbonneau, $837.72, less $416.30 paid in 
1937-38: interior fittings, $1,487.40; sundries, $236.12 18,899 41 

Lennoxville, Public Building: — Travel to Ottawa, A. Belanger, architect, $85.65; 

sundries, $133.61 219 26 

Louiseville Public Building, Addition, Alterations and Improvements: — Advertising, 

$121.72; printing, $3.98 125 70 

Mont Joli, Public Building:— Purchase of site and building, Dr. J. A. Ross, $12,000; 

on account alterations, E. Ross, $1,090; advertising, $116.11; sundries, $76,84.... 13,282 95 

Montreal, Craig St. Drill Hall, Improvements and Repairs: — On account architect's 

fees, A. Monette, Montreal, $2,000; advertising, $128.65; sundries, $31.95... 2,160 60 

Montreal Old Examining Warehouse, Improvements, Alterations and Repairs: — 
Alterations complete. J. A. A. Leclair, Dupuis, Ltee., $13,587; advertising, 
$128.90; architect, E. J. Turcotte, fees, $318.55, held in 1937-38, $27; boiler 
repairs. $240; cartage, $109.85; equipment, Food and Drugs Laboratory, $342.50, 
Vetcraft, $396.59; signs, $155.40; sundries, $15.20; detailed in 1937-38, Sutherland 
Construction Co., $1.200 16,520 99 

Montreal Public Building, Addition and Alterations: — F. Lalond, painting cornice 
windows, $2,950. cleaning stonework, $4,875; sundries, $133.69; detailed in 1937-38, 
A. Janin Bldg. Co., $400, R. Simard, architect, $9 8,367 69 

North Hatley, Public Building: — Erection of building complete, J. A. Verret, Ltee., 
$9,335.90; advertising. $176.80: architect's fees, H. G. James, $466.80; interior 
fittings, $1,469.50; printing. $8.17 11,457 17 

Perce, Public Building: — L. Giroux. erection of building complete, $10,328.78, less 
$50 held, electric motor and fixtures, $1,100, moving flag pole, $75; clerk of 
works. $337.51; brass plates, $178.20; fence, $385; interior fittings, $1,296.45; 
sundries, $155.61 13,806 55 

Pointe au Pic, Public Building: — Purchase of site, Les Commissaires d'Ecoles 
pour la Municipalite de Pointe-au-Pic, $1,500; on account construction of 
building, H. Bouchard, $15,820; clerk of works, $800; advertising, $170.99; 
sundries, $46.23 18,337 22 

Pointe Claire, Public Building: — Erection of building complete, E. Frenette, 
$20,150.56; architect's fees, H. Vallance. $1,007.53, less $490.12 paid in 1937-38; 
brass plates. $186; interior fittings, $1,502; sundries. $80.16 22,436 13 

Quebec. Postal Terminal Building: — Architect, R. Chenevert. on account fees. 
$23,784.22, travel, $48.95; models for carving, L. Sorbonne, $3,135; removal of 
old buildings, $4,000; survey of site and plans for exchange of land, $605; test 
borings, $620.71: on account compensation for reinstallation, etc. of services re 
exchange of land, City of Quebec, $5,000 (P.C. 3292); advertising, $329.80; 
sundries, $45.84 37,569 52 



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CONSTRUCTION, REPARATION ET AMELIORATION D'EDIFICES FVBLICS- Suite 

Votes — Credits 283 & 573 — Quebec-Cone. — Quebec-Fin 

Quebec Quarantine Facilities, Improvements:— Asphalt flooring, 0. Dumaine, $1,345; 
J. Lirette, repairing plaster, etc., infectious unit, $3,484.85, cornices, $600.20, 
doors and screens, $530.40; L. Marcon & Frere, stairways, 'etc., $1,750.08; incin- 
erator, $728; A. Poulin, reservoir, $180, detailed in 1937-38, $907.52; kitchen 
equipment. $1,520.90; bathing and disinfecting unit, $494.80; paint, $284.35; 
sundries, $168.58 11,994 68 

Quebec West, Public Building: — Erection of building complete, J. E. Tremblay, 
$8,076.73, less $50 held; architect's fees, P. E. Mathieu, $403.84, less $2.50 held; 
advertising, $105.21; driveway to yard, $250; electric clock, $690; interior 
fittings, $981.45; printing, $8.59 10,463 32 

Rigaud, Moving Public Building: — La Cie de Construction Interprovinciale, Inc., 
relocating building complete, $18,946.82, extra work on roof and bathroom, $200; 
clerk of works, $595.83 ; sundries, $80.38 19,823 03 

Rock Island Customs and Immigration Building, Addition to Site: — Purchase of 

site and buildings, A. Bouchard, $14,000; legal services, $119.55; sundries, $62.35. 14,181 90 

Rosemount. Public Building: — Purchase of site, Montreal City and District Savings 

Banks, $5,500; survey of site, $100; sundries, $159.49 5,759 49 

St. Andrews East, Public Building: — Erection of building complete, W. D'Aoust, 
9,049.48, less $100 held; architect's fees. J. E. C. D'Aoust, $452.47, less $5 held; 
advertising, $198.77; interior fittings, $638.40; sundries, $64.81 10,298 93 

Ste. Anne de Beaupre, Public Building:— Interior fittings, $270; blinds, $26.78 296 78 

Ste. Anne de la Pocatiere Public Building, Alterations, Improvements and 
Repairs: — Work as per contract, E. Belanger, $1,923, extra work, $1,551.90; 
advertising, $123.36 ; printing, $8.53 3,606 79 

St. Charles de Bellechasse, Public Building:— Erection of building complete, 
Tremblay & Bouchard, $8,799.35, less $6,990 paid in 1937-38; clerk of works, 
$201.61; bronze plates, $174; fence, $388.30; interior fittings, $848; sundries, $53. 3,474 26 

St. George de Beauce, Public Building:— Purchase of site, M. Dutil, $3,250; 

advertising, $150.03; survey, $150; sundries, $38.68 :••.••• 3 > 588 71 

St. John's, Customs Building: — Bank of Montreal, purchase of site and building, 
$15,000, taxes, 1939, $75; architect's fees, J. E. A. Benoit, $1,219.95, travel, 
$43.95; advertising, $265.85; survey, $100; sundries, $67.98 16,772 73 

St. Raymond, Public Building: — On account erection of building, J. E. Tremblay, 

$5,390 ; clerk of works, $266.01 ; sundries, $72.54 5,728 55 

Ste. Scholastique. Public Building: — On account erection of building, Kelly Bros., 

$1,170; clerk of works, $283.33; advertising, $163.18; survey, $135; printing, $3.67 1,755 18 

Scotstown, Public Building: — Erection of building complete, A. Blondeau, 
$17,312.04; architect's fees, A. Belanger, $1,082; electric clock, $795; interior 
fittings, $848; sundries. $49.02 20,086 06 

Thetford Mines, Public Building: — Purchase of site, La Succession de Dame 
Josephine Alphonsine Bourque, $35,000; architect, J. B. Gagnon, fees, $1,525, 
travel to Ottawa. $130.80; advertising, $247.50; survey, $150; sundries, $10.76.. 37,064 06 

Thurso, Public Building — Purchase of site, G. S. Black, $950, W. J. McNamara, 

$600; advertising, $123.20; survey, $135; sundries. $130 1,938 20 

Timiskaming, Public Building: — Construction of building. Daris, Durette & 
Tremblay, $8,209.88, less $6,300 paid in 1937-38, work completed by Department 
of Public Works, labour, $1,573.79. materials, $1,237.28, paving, $614.55. concrete 
work at rear, $275; clerk of works, $370.83; interior fittings, $2,454.85; brass 
plates, $164; travelling expenses, R. N. Jago, $53.50; sundries, $89.82 8,743 50 

Ville Marie Public Building, Repairs and Alterations:— J. M. C. Rheault 2,970 00 

$ 757,827 96 



Votes — Credits 284 & 574 — Ontario 

Amherstburg Public Building, Improvements and Alterations:— Contract complete 
for alterations, W. Loaring Construction Co., $3,078.47; electric clock, $1,035; 
clerk of works, $282.26; repairing p.o. boxes, $136.27; sundries, $102.60 4,634 60 

Arthur, Public Building: — Purchase price of right of way, N. D. Blair, $150; 
interior fittings, $1,659; electric clock, $635; bronze plates, $157; sundries, 
$146.66; detailed in 1937-38, H. Ackerman, $500 3,247 66 

Barry's Bay, Public Building: — On account construction of building, M. Sullivan & 
Sons, Ltd., $9,360; purchase of site, Mrs. M. Drohan, $550; architect's fees, 
H. J. Morin, $288; clerk of works, $600; advertising, $150.36; brass plates, $154; 
p.o. boxes, $479; sundries, $87.99 n > 669 35 



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CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS-Con. 
CONSTRUCTION, REPARATION ET AMELIORATION D'EDUjTCES PUBLICS-$tttte 

Votes — Credits 284 & 574 — Ontario-Con. — Suite 

Beaverton, Public Building:— Purchase of site, Mrs. Etta Madill, $2,100, W. T. S. 
Glassford, $250; architect's fees, H. H. Madill, $250; sundries, $99.95 

Blind River, Public Building: — Advertising, $172.76; survey of site, $135; sundries, 
$65.49 

Bobcaygeon, Public Building: — Erection of building complete, J. W. MacMillan, 
$12,162.50. less $8,830 paid in 1937-38; clerk of works, $325; bronze plates, $159; 
electric clock, $740; interior fittings, $1,771; sundries, $38.90 

Brighton, Public Building:— Purchase of site, M. L. Butler, $1,000, R. Whitten 
Estate, $800; sundries, $257.11 

Clinton Public Building, Addition: — Construction complete, W. H. Rintoul, 
$12,221.20, less $400 held; clerk of works, $625; advertising and printing, $107.12 

Cobden, Public Building: — On account construction of building, M. Sullivan & Son, 
$8,410; purchase of site, E. Tuffy, $750; architect's fees, H. J. Morin, $272.16; 
clerk of works, $455.65; p.o. boxes, $598; advertising, $168.13; sundries, $82.88.. 

Cobourg Public Building, Addition and Alterations: — Interior fittings, $4,457; 
brass plates, $92 

Cornwall, Armoury: — Erection of building complete, A. I. Garvock, $229,714.83, 
less $1,500 held; architect's fees, W. C. Beattie, $11,485.74, less $5,605 paid in 
1937-38 and $75 held 

Dominion Public Buildings. Improvements and Repairs (Page U — 58) 

Dryden, Public Building: — Purchase of site, Mrs. S. Paterson, $1,350; survey, 
$175; sundries, $108.29 

Forest, Public Building: — Construction of building complete, G. E. Clark, $10,600, 
less $50 held; clerk of works, $673.39; electric clock, $700; interior fittings, 
$696; brass plates, $154; advertising, $131.54; sundries, $79.71 

Fort Erie, Public Building : — Erection of building complete, Schultz Construction 
Ltd., $55,277.20, less $27,330 paid in 1936-37 and $27,747.20 paid in 1937-38; 
architect's fees, J. U. Collins, held in 1937-38, $4.50; retaining wall, fence, 
gates and lawn, $2,975 

Gait, Old Post Office Building, Addition, Alterations and Improvements: — Altera- 
tions complete, Schultz Construction, Ltd., $15,958.88, less $500 held; clerk of 
works, $525; counter, $398; advertising and printing, $203.05 

Havelock, Public Building: — Erection of building complete, T. A. Brown Co., Ltd., 
$9,460, less $7,980 paid in 1937-38; architect's fees, J. T. Hornsby, $36.95; electric 
clock, $650; interior fittings, $1,416; bronze plates, $156; sundries, $48.76 

Kapuskasing, Public Building: — Architect's fees, L. Le Blanc, $493.75; adver- 
tising, $186.70; survey, $125; sundries, $43.07 

Kitchener, Public Building:— Erection of building complete, Ball Bros., $268,593.48, 
less $127,910 paid in 1937-38; interior fittings complete, Interior Hardwood Co., 
Ltd., $8,999; architect's fees, B. A. Jones, $6,244.37, less $2,309.77 paid in 1937-38; 
p.o. boxes, $1,059; steel fittings, $1,209; installing underground lighting and power 
services, $276.34; blinds, $180; electric clocks, $130; sundries, $217.95 156,689 37 

Lindsay Public Building, Alterations and Improvements: — J. W. MacMillan, 
alterations as per contract, $2,898, interior decorating, $1,300, repairs to outside 
steps, $114, brick pier, $26 4,338 00 

Lucknow, Public Building: — Erection of building complete, W. H. Rintoul, 
$12,973.52; clerk of works, $818; interior fittings, $1,560; brass plates, $157; 
sundries, $36.57 15,545 09 

Nipigon, Public Building:— Claydon Co., Ltd., held in 1937-38, $274.75; interior 

fittings, $1,946; sidewalk, $172.42; brass plates, $159.50; sundries, $40.31 2,592 98 

Oakville, Public Building: — On account erection of building, S. Walters, $7,390; 

architect's fees, H. E. Murton, $549.62; advertising and printing, $131.52 8,071 14 

Ottawa Postal Terminal, Improvements to Ventilating System: — Ventilating sys- 
tem, M. Mantha, $1,936; labour, $354.27; sundries, $204.72 2,494 99 

Ottawa, Building for Supreme Court: — On account construction, Anglin-Norcross, 
Ontario, Ltd., $396,440; architect's fees, E. Cormier, $73,660.84, less $15,000 paid 
in 1937-38; supplying and installing water main in tunnel, W. G. Edge, Ltd., 
$4,236; city water connections, etc., $629.97; advertising and printing, $293.39.. 460,260 20 

Ottawa, Building for Department of Mines and Resources: — A. I. Garvock, con- 
struction of ore dressing and ceramic laboratories complete, $219,053.64, less 
$56,360 paid in 1937-38, on account new elevator, $5,570; addition to boiler plant 
complete, W. G. Edge, Ltd., $i5,777.71; W. D'Aoust, held in 1937-38, $350; 



2,699 


95 


373 


25 


6,366 


40 


2,057 


11 


12,553 32 


10,736 


82 


4,549 


00 


234,020 
123,089 


57 
00 


1,633 


29 


12,984 


04 


3,179 50 


16,584 93 


3,787 


71 


848 


52 



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CONSTRUCTION,, REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS-Cott. 
CONSTRUCTION, REPARATION ET AMELIORATION D'EDIFICES PUBLICS-$Wt*e 

Votes — Credits 284 & 574 — Ontario-Con. — Suite 

Ottawa, Building for Department of Mines and Resources-Oowc. 

architects' fees, L. Le Blanc, $8.75, W. E. Noffke, $10,952.68, less $6,798.14 paid 
in 1937-38; carpenters, labourers and machinists, $1,218.90; moving offices, $236; 
advertising, $151.66; sundries, $363.17 190,524 37 

Ottawa, Central Heating Plant: — Campbell Steel and Iron Works, Ltd., replacing 
boiler tubes, $3,070.24; boiler feed pump, $1,655, steel lines for pulverizer, $680, 
sundries, $396.65; Insulation Products, repairs and replacements, $3,775.50; 
sundries, $678.72 10,256 11 

Ottawa, Improvements to Plaza: — On account widening bridge structure, etc., 
Goldie Construction Co., $315,913.15; on account roadways, etc., around Monu- 
ment, A. W. Robertson, Ltd., $10,000; reconstructing driveway approach and 
intersection with Sparks St., Federal District Comm., $14,175, less $1,975 paid in 
1939-40; clerk of works, $1,509.68; inspection of materials and sewer, $1,223.90; 
relocating cables, etc., Bell Telephone Co., $6,299.40, Canadian National Tele- 
graphs, $822.73, Dominion Electric Protection Co., $854; advertising $619.80; 
sundries, $359.07 349,801 73 

Ottawa, Parliament Building: — Alterations to cold water system and replacing 
piping in Senate, W. D. St. Cyr, $9,666.62; alterations to electric lighting in 
House of Commons, Metropolitan Electric Co., Ltd., $9,966; carvers, $12,538.50; 
elevator repairs, $2,996.29; storm sashes, $2,109.90; painting windows, $1,850; 
restaurant equipment, $1,407.09; painting library tower, $1,200; sundry labour, 
$1,171.39; air-conditioning Press Gallery, $993; sundries, $3,174.04 47,072 83 

Ottawa, Parliament Hill, Sidewalks and Roadways: — Federal District Comm., 
labour, $5,143.84, materials and rental of equipment, $13,599.11, trucking, $1,254; 
water connections, etc., $289.31 20,286 26 

Ottawa, Post Office, Removal and Replacement, Inclusive of Site: — On account 
construction of building, A. Janin Building Co., Ltd., $199,840; architect's fees, 
W. E. Noffke, $20,199.58; demolishing and removing old Post Office building, 
$3,000; taxes on Hope property, 1938, $2,329.94; inspection, $420; advertising, 
$209.40; legal services, R. M. Dick, $127; sundries, $112 226,237 92 

Ottawa, Record Storage Building: — Construction complete, A. I. Garvock, 
$454,553.75, less $344,080 previously paid; on account metallic fittings, Office 
Specialty Mfg. Co., $68,670; architect's fees, J. A. Ewart, $10,227.45, less 
$7,704.98 previously paid; roadways, grading etc., Federal District Comm., 
$12,892.83; moving records, $4,574.08; furniture and equipment, $1,913.85; 
advertising, $250.15; sundries, $453.70 201,750 83 

Ottawa, Rideau Hall, Improvements: — Gate lodge, alterations and additions com- 
plete, H. Dagenais, Ltd., $6,142.10, oil burner, $275; greenhouses, repairs and 
re-erection, Lord and Burnham, $4,958, reconstructing walls, G. A. Crain & Sons, 
$1,714, labour, $413.80; sundries, $546.51 14,049 41 

Powassan, Public Building: — Interior fittings, $1,608; electric clock, $740; bronze 

plates, $158; held in 1937-38, H. L. & P. Gomoll, $300 2,806 00 

St. Thomas Public Building, Fittings, Alterations and Repairs: — Interior fittings, 
$1,954; terazzo and marble work, $800; exterior decorating, $287; sundries, 
$270.21 3,311 21 

Sioux Lookout, Public Building: — Erection of building complete, G. A. Baert, 
$36,845.45, less $29,340 paid in 1937-38; interior fittings, $4,102; electric clock, 
$645; clerk of works, $312.50; sundries, $45.71 12,610 66 

Sterling, Public Building: — Purchase of site, Collins and dishing for E. W. 

Matthews, $600; architect's fees, G. A. Thomson, $311.85; sundries, $195.56.... 1,107 41 

Tara, Public Building: — On account erection of building, W. H. Rintoul, $2,040; 
purchase of site, R. M. Young, $600, G. C. Purdy, $250; clerk of works, $183.33; 
advertising, $142.98; sundries, $102.38 3,318 69 

Toronto, Additional Postal Accommodation: — Architect, C. B. Dolphin, fees, 
$39,000, travel, $234.67; City of Toronto, on account cost of diverting local 
improvements re closing of Lake St., $22,745.18, commuted taxes for Lake St. 
local improvements, $2,317.06, taxes on C.N.R. property, 1938, $929.15: legal 
services, Day, Ferguson, Wilson & Kelly, $1,782; extra plans and specification 
books, $558.90; advertising, $255.51; sundries, $87.93 67,910 40 

Toronto, Dominion Building, Improvements and Repairs: — Painting Long Room, 

$2,935; exterior painting, labour, $5,628.75, materials, $1,413.20 9,976 95 



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CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS-Con. 
CONSTRUCTION, REPARATION ET AMELIORATION D'EDIFICES PVBLICSS llite 

Votes — Credits 284 & 574 — Ontario-Cone. — Fin 

Toronto, Postal Station "F, M Alterations and Improvements: — Alterations com- 
plete, Bennett-Pratt, Ltd.. $10,878.50; interior fittings. $1,195; electrical supplies, 
$391.61; elevator gates, $375; mail receiver plates. $238.50; advertising, $199.85; 
sundries, $143.58 13,422 04 

Tweed. Public Building: — Architect's fees, W. A. Watson, $294.13; advertising, 

$117.95; sundries, $69.19 481 27 

Vankleek Hill, Public Building: — W. D'Aoust, on account amount held 1937-38, 
$575, cellar drains, etc., $738.40; interior fittings, $1,445; brass plates, $170; 
sundries, $12.06 2,940 46 



$2,282,871 94 



Votes — Credits 285 & 575 — Manitoba 

Birtle, Public Building: — Construction complete, Manitoba Engineering Co., 
$11,034.75, less $2,124.75 paid in 1939-40; purchase of site, Town of Birtle, $700; 
clerk of works, $508.33; brass plates, $154; advertising, $123.04; sundries, $104. 10,499 37 

Carberry, Public Building: — Construction complete, Claydon Co., Ltd., $11,664, less 
$370 held: clerk of works, $620.83; brass plates, $155; advertising, $116.87; 
sundries, $79.71 12,266 41 

Dominion Public Buildings, Improvements and Repairs (Page U — 58) 35,045 40 

Gilbert Plains, Public Building: — Purchase of site, Village of Gilbert Plains, 

$600; sundries, $206.33 806 33 

Gimli, Public Building: — Construction complete, Wylie & Compton, $8,467.50; 
interior fittings, $1,452.50; electric clock, $650; clerk of works, $381.99; brass 
plates, $157; advertising, $127.52; sundries, $71.73 11,308 24 

Manitou, Public Building: — On account construction, T. Borgford & Sons, $1,200; 

advertising, $104.02; sundries, $157.40 1,461 42 

Morris, Public Building: — Construction complete, T. Borgford & Sons, $11,882.25, 
less $4,940 paid in 1937-38; interior fittings, $1,886.50; electric clock, $660; 
clerk of works, $625; bronze plates, $154.20; sundries, $53.71 10,321 66 

St. James, Public Building: — Purchase of site, Municipality of St. James, $873.60; 

sundries, $160.44 1,034 04 

St. Vital, Public Building:— Construction complete, Claydon Co., Ltd., $11,171.84; 
interior fittings, $832.50; clerk of works, $673.38; brass plates, $174; sundries, 
$53.69 12,905 41 

Steinbach, Public Building: — Interior fittings, $888; p.o. fittings, Rubenstein Bros., 

$1,463, less $900 paid in 1937-38; electric clock, $635; pump and tank, $152 2,238 00 

Winkler, Public Building:— Construction complete, Claydon Co., Ltd., $12,868.12; 
interior fittings, $792; electric clock, $645; clerk of works, $653.23; plates, $155; 
sundries, $43.73 15,157 08 

Winnipeg, Immigration Building: — Improvements to Heating: — Installing mechani- 
cal stokers, etc., Standard Plumbing and Heating Co., Ltd., $3,780; radiator 
traps and valves, $981.78; plumbers, $193.50; sundries, $94.16 5,049 44 

$ 118,092 80 



Votes — Credits 286 & 576 — Saskatchewan 

Biggar, Public Building: — Purchase price of site, H. McLaren, $6,500; sundries, 
$106.14 6,606 14 

Broadview, Purchase of and Alterations to Building for Armoury Purposes: — 
Purchase price of land and building, Sons of England, $3,250, W. R. Webb, 
$150; alterations, $798.90; legal services, $57.21 4,256 11 

Dominion Public Buildings, Improvements and Repairs (Page U — 58) 46,877 10 

Foam Lake, Public Building: — Construction complete, Poole Construction Co., Ltd., 
$19,415, less $300 held; architect's fees, D. Webster, $955.75; interior fittings, 
$2,056; electric clock, $740; brass plates, $161; advertising, $128.78; printing, 
$3.98 ....:.:...! . . 23,160 51 

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CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS-Cott. 
CONSTRUCTION, REPARATION ET AMELIORATION ^EDIFICES PUBLICSSllite 

Votes — Credits 286 & 576 — Saskatchewan-Cone. — Fin 

Meadow Lake, Public Building- — Construction complete, W. C. Wells, $23,752.56, 
less $250 held; interior fittings, $1,764.55; electric clock, $740; clerk of works, 
$625; brass plates, $180.50; sundries, $71.94 26,884 55 

Moose Jaw, Armoury, Reconstruction: — Restoration complete, P. W. Graham & 
Sons, Ltd., $85,894.50, less $70,530 paid in 1937-38, hedge, $65.75; architect's fees, 
R. G. Bunyard, $4,294.72, less $4,191.42 paid in 1937-38 15,533 55 

Saskatoon, Public Building, Improvement and Repairs: — Decorating, interior, 
$2,300.15, exterior, $1,124.40; alterations to heating system, $1,047.40; caulking 
doors and windows, $578; concrete and stone repairs, $332.39; roof repairs, 
$243; sundries, $344.19 5,969 53 

Sintaluta, Purchase of Building for Postal Purposes: — Map 1 00 

Star City, Purchase of Building for Postal Purposes:— Purchase price, Canadian 

Bank of Commerce, $3,000; legal services, $32.07 3,032 07 

Wadena, Public Building: — Erection of building complete, Smith Bros. & Wilson, 
$18,474.14; architect's fees, D. Webster, $923.71, less $453.20 paid in 1937-38; 
interior fittings, $2,243; electric clock, $675; brass plates, $176.04; sundries, $95. 22,133 69 

Wynyard, Public Building: — Purchase price of site, Town of Wynyard, $450; survey, 

$100; sundries, $114.40 664 40 

Yorkton, Public Building (Armoury) : — Architect's fees, D. Webster, $792.50; 

survey, $144.20; advertising, $105.34; sundries, $3.34 1,045 38 

$ 156,164 03 



Votes — Credits 287 & 577 — Alberta 

Cardston. Public Building:— Interior fittings, $937; sundries, $85; held in 1937-38, 

Hornstrom Bros., $25 1,047 00 

Dominion Public Buildings, Repairs and Improvements (Page U — 58) 32,707 27 

Jasper, Public Building: — Architect's fees, W. C. Sylvester, $424.54; advertising, 

$116.10; sundries, $52.04 592 68 

Peace River, Public Building:— Construction, E. Litchfield, $30,432.70, less $100 
held; interior fittings, $2,558; clerk of works, $712.50; advertising, $282.31; 
sundries, $73.07; Poole Construction Co., Ltd., work carried out on Public 
Building, 1935, $1,186.50, temporary buildings erected, 1937, $444.80, gravel, 1937, 
$300 35,889 88 

St. Paul, Public Building: — Poole Construction Co., erection of building complete, 
$14,067.90, sidewalk, $125; interior fittings, $2,200; clerk of works, $429.17; 
brass plates, $174; sundries, $133.77 17,129 84 

$ 87,366 67 



Votes — Credits 288 & 578 — British Columbia — Colombie Britannique 

Armstrong, Public Building: — On account construction, Pacific Engineers, Ltd., 

$3,370; advertising, $120.54; sundries, $95.04 3,585 58 

Dominion Public Buildings, Improvements and Repairs (Page U — 58) 49,402 08 

Esquimalt, H.M.C. Dockyard Office Building: — Knott & Jones, construction com- 
plete, $37,875.80, less $29,130 paid in 1937-38, retaining wall, $3,440, grading, etc., 
$650; architect's fees, C. E. Watkins, $852.20, less $655.34 paid in 1937-38. 13,032 66 

Kamloops, Entomological Laboratory for Department of Health: — Construction of 
virological laboratory complete, E. J. Ryan Contracting Co., $8,441; clerk of 
works, $367.79; alterations to heating, etc., $99; sundries, $65.77 8,973 56 

Kelowna, Public Building: — Fittings, Interior Hardwood Co., $2,999, Office 
Specialty Mfg. Co., balance due on p.o. boxes, $929; sidewalks, painting, etc., 
$2,545; electric clock, $950; bronze plates, $169; sundries, $211.75 7,803 75 

New Westminster Public Building, Addition: — On account construction of addition, 
Ward & Son, $3,610; architect's fees, E. Evans, $3,500; advertising and print- 
ing, $146.43 7,256 43 



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CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CHEF-Suite 

CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS OF PUBLIC BUILDING S-(7ow. 
CONSTRUCTION, REPARATION ET AMELIORATION D'EDIFICES PUBLICS-$Mtfe 

Votes — Credits 288 & 578 — British Columbia-Cone. — Colombie Britannique-Fin 

Powell River, Public Building: — Erection of building complete, Allen & Viner 
Construction Co., $45,620.15; architect's fees, M. Downing, $2,285.49, less $900 
paid in 1937-38; p.o. boxes, $3,329; steam heating connection, $500; blinds, 
$337.50; bronze signs, $230; advertising, $171.56; installing electrical service, 
$150; legal services, $124.30; sundries, $20.04 51,868 04 

Prince George, Public Building: — Purchase price of property, M. Zadielovich, 

$2,000, A. P. Anderson, $500; advertising. $144.43; sundries, $163.94 2,808 37 

Prince Rupert, Public Building: — Erection of building complete, Bennett & White, 
$134,911, less $16,640 paid in 1937-38 and $751.20 paid in 1939-40; architect's 
fees, M. Downing, $6,745.55, less $3,535.48 paid in 1937-38 and $37.56 paid in 
1939-40; commutation of local improvement taxes, $8,955.15; p.o. boxes, $4,585; 
blinds, $155.15; sundries, $131.64 134,519 25 

Salmon Arm, Purchase of Building for National Defence: — Corporation of the 

District of Salmon Arm, $1,650; legal services, $29.05 1,679 05 

Vancouver Examining Warehouse and Winch Building, Alterations, Improvements 
and Repairs: — Barr & Anderson, heating repairs, warehouse, $1,490; Carter- 
Halls-Aldinger Co., Ltd., tunnel, $6,285; Home Decorators & Sprayers, painting 
exterior of Winch, $1,225; H. J. G. Morgan, plumbing and partitions, warehouse, 
$790, Howe St. sidewalk, Winch, $1,569; C. J. Seamer, interior decorating, 
Winch, $1,588, exterior painting and repairs, warehouse, $2,997; F. Welsh & 
Son, plumbing, warehouse, $2,212, heating repairs, Winch, $175; sundries, $484.86 18,815 86 

Victoria Public Building, Improvements and Repairs: — Installing freight elevator 
complete, Heatley Machine Works, $6,985; cleaning stonework, $4,375; sundries, 
$60.57 1L420 57 



$ 311,165 20 



Vote — Credit 289 — Yukon Territory — Territoire du Yukon 

Dawson Administration Building, Repairs, Improvements and Alterations: — ■ 
Painters, $5,622.37; heating equipment, $4,305; electrical repairs, $1,056.72; 
paint, etc., $287.95; repairing smokestack, $168.88; roofing, $114; sundries, 
$110.19 $ 11,665 11 



GENERALLY — GENERALITES 

Vote — Credit 290 — Dominion Immigration Buildings — Repairs, Improvements, 
etc. — Edifices federaux de l'lmmigration — Reparations, ameliorations, etc. 

Halifax: — Halifax Harbour Board, maintenance charges 12 m 25,000 00 

North Sydney: — Repairs 59 10 

Montreal:— Interior painting, F. Laurent, $1,318.75; repairs, $545.67 1.864 42 

Quebec:— Materials, supplies, repairs, $1,508.97; sundries, $68.40 1,577 39 

Pigeon River: — Supplies . 1 25 

Winnipeg:— Repairs, $332.72; sundries, $21.35 354 07 

North Portal:— Repairs 5 00 

Prince Albert:— Repairs 201 33 

Coutts:— Repairs 22 95 

Vancouver: — Repairs, etc 499 64 

Victoria: — Painting, J. J. Ross, and Sons, $2,520; installing tile floor, $1,217; 

sundry supplies and repairs, $1,876.72 5,613 72 



$ 35,198 87 
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CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS-Con. 
CONSTRUCTION, REPARATION ET AMELIORATION D'EDIFICES PUBLICS-Suite 

GENERALLY- Con. — GENERALITES-SmVe 

Vote — Credit 291 — Dominion Quarantine Stations — Maintenance and Repairs 

— Stations f ederales de quarantaine — Entretien et 

reparations ameliorations 

Halifax, Quarantine Station: — 'Supplies 8 00 

Halifax, Rockhead Hospital: — Repairs and supplies, paint, $609.55, plumbing and 

heating, $503.41, verandah, $628.50, sundry, $840.20. 
Lunenburg, Marine Hospital: — Repairs, painting, etc. 

Sydney. Marine Hospital: — Repairs 

Tracadie, Lazaretto: — Repairs 

Grosse Isle: — Supplies 

Quebec, Savard Park: — Alterations and repairs, J. Lirette, $3,826, sundry, $321.97. 

Rimouski : — Repairs 

William Head: — Alterations and repairs, Hafer Machine Co. Ltd., $1,870; L. G. 

Scott, $1,627, sundry, 



2,581 66 

967 20 

104 03 

708 45 

4 50 

4,147 97 

12 93 

4,342 09 


$ 12,876 83 



Vote — Credt 292 — Experimental Farms and Science Laboratories — Replace- 
ments, Repairs and Improvements to Buildings — Laboratoires scien- 
iifiques et de fermes experimentales — Remplacements, reparations et 
ameliorations aux edifices 

l^ova Scotia, Kentville, labour, $63.96, sundry supplies, $1,082.12; Nappan, labour, 

$586.97 ; sundry supplies, $1,093 2,826 05 

Prince Edward Island: — Charlottetown, labour, $440.53, sundry supplies, $1,696.87; 

Summerside, labour, $248.86, supplies, $100.91 2,487 17 

New Brunswick:— Fredericton, labour, $1,191.43, sundry supplies, $1,901.41 3,092 84 

Quebec: — Cap Rouge, labour, $2,104.25, sundry supplies, $2,498.44; Farnham, labour, 
$162.25, supplies, $267.44; L'Assomption, labour, $478.56, supplies, $286.44; 
Lennoxville, labour, $509.24, sundry supplies, $1,170.37; Normandin, labour, 
$679.82, sundry supplies, $641.24; Ste. Anne de la Pocatiere, labour, $558.62, 
sundry supplies, $1,502.70; Ste. Clothilde, labour, $115.15, supplies, $128.22 11,102 74 

Ontario:— Delhi, labour, $327.49, sundry supplies, $672.51; Harrow, labour, $1,044.99, 
sundry supplies, $1,968.02; Kapuskasing, labour, $1,680.07; sundry supplies, 
$2,948.53; St. Catharines Laboratory, supplies, $354.90 8,996 51 

Manitoba: — Brandon, labour, $260.82, sundry supplies, $387.48; Morden, labour, 
$868.31, sundry supplies, $2,930.49; Winnipeg Laboratory, labour, $551.85, 
supplies, $461.40 5,460 35 

Saskatchewan: — Indian Head Farm, labour, $878.35. sundry supplies, $595.14; 
Indian Head, Forest Nursery Station, labour, $76.40, supplies, $50.68; Melfort, 
labour, $742.07, sundry supplies, $982.85; Rosthern, labour, $308.30, sundry 
supplies, $655.22; Scott, labour, $653.64, sundry supplies, $1,069.84; Sutherland, 
sundry supplies, $475; Swift Current, labour, $954.27; sundry supplies, $3,245.75. 10,687 51 

Alberta:— Lacombe, labour, $296.06, supplies, $638.68; Lethbridge, labour, $838.50, 

sundry supplies, $1,570.49; Manyberries, labour, $400.75, supplies, $813.69 4,558 17 

British Columbia: — Agassiz, labour, $147.35, sundry supplies, $702.70; Invermere, 
labour, $977.18, sundry supplies, $687.82; Sidney, labour, $825.79, sundry supplies, 
$902.69; Smithers, labour, $147.85, sundry supplies, $351.51; Summerland, labour, 
$522.33, sundry supplies, $1,712.15 6,977 37 

Ottawa Central Farm: — Const, foreman, D. G. Boyd, $2,280; sundry labour, 
$22,953.02; builders supplies and sundry repairs, M. N. Cummings, $2,768.39; 
Linde Canadian Refrigeration, $8,966.18; accounts under $1,000, $6,375 43,342 59 

$ 99,531 30 



Vote — Credit 293 — Flags for Dominion Buildings — Drapeaux pour les 

edifices publics 

Union Jacks, J. J. Turner & Sons, Ltd., $1,918.41; accounts under $1,000, $561.18; 

Canadian Ensigns, $19.87 $ 2,499 46 



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CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS OF PUBLIC BUILDING S-Cott. 
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GENERALLY- Con. — GENERALITES-Sm«e 

Vote — Credit 294 — Military Buildings — Repairs, Fittings and Additions — 
Edifices militaires — Reparations, garnitures et agrandissements 

Montreal: — Grace Dart Home, Hospital, $375.66; Westmount, Ordnance Stores, 

$11; Lavut Building, alteration, A. Gratton, $1,137, supplies, $29.95 1,553 61 

Plessisville, alterations 1,430 00 

Rock Island, M. Joyal, alterations 1,486 00 

Victoriaville, B. Blais, alterations 1,100 00 

Fort Erie, S. E. Zimmerman, alterations, $1,990, sundries, $50 2,040 00 

Trenton, E. E. Wiggins, alterations, $1,020, sundries, $1.69 1,021 69 

Sundry repairs, etc.:— Summerside, $108.48; Pictou, $155; Halifax, $61.80; Hull, 

$100; Magog, $5.50; Brockville, $114.35; London, $163.25; Port Rowan, $579.81; 

Seaforth, $247; Timmins, $806; Toronto, $150.96; Portage la Prairie, $25; 

Assiniboia, $164.80; Canora, $161.05; Edmonton, $8.50; Wetaskiwin, $115; 

Nanaimo, $15 2,981 50 



$ 11,612 80 



Vote — Credit 295 — Veterans' Hospitals — Repairs, Improvements and Altera- 
tions — Hopitaux des anciens combattants — Reparations, amelio- 
rations et changements 

Halifax, Camphill: — Alterations to heating system, Hagen and Co. Ltd., $4,888; 
repairs and supplies, lumber, $402.60, paint, $499.27, plumbing and heating, 

$374.91, tile floor, $537, sundries, $572.16 7,273 94 

St. John, Lancaster: — Alterations to cottage, T. P. Larsen, $6,672; sundries, 

$275.76 6,947 76 

Ste. Anne de Bellevue:— Repairs to roof, A. Pilon, $2,349.81; paint, G. Daoust & 
Cie, $1,996.47; hot water heater, pumps, etc., $1,624.50; washer, $763; sundry 

supplies and repairs, $1,922.08 8,655 86 

London, Westminster: — Alford Electric, installing 2 transformers, $3,000; 
Beaver Laundry Machinery Co. Ltd., extractor, $1,940; T. J. Branton, recon- 
struction of pavements, $2,750; crushed stone, $57; Crane Ltd., plumbing 
supplies, $1,381.45; Diamond Specialty Ltd., 2 soot blowers, $1,450; General 
Steel Wares Ltd., serving counter, $2,615; Northern Electric Co. Ltd., trans- 
former, $1,059.60; sundry supplies and repairs, $4,569.37 18,822 42 

Toronto, Christie St. Hospital Siding: — Maintenance 184 94 

Toronto, Christie St.:— Levy and Westwood Co., furnace repairs, $1,350; J. B. 
Smith, Sons Ltd., lumber, $1,117.50; R. H. Steen Ltd., alterations to heating, 

$28,012.70; sundry supplies and repairs, $3,976.40 34,456 60 

Winnipeg, Deer Lodge: — Paint and supplies 248 80 

Calgary, Colonel Belcher Hospital:— Linoleum, $150.15; paint, $250 400 15 

Vancouver, Shaughnessy:— Kitchen equipment, $758.05; paint, $496.79; legal 

services, $166.30; sundries, $248.48 1,669 62 

$ 78,660 09 



Vote — Credit 296 — National Monument on Connaught Place — Monument 
national sur la place Connaught 

Sculpture complete, Estate of late Vernon March, $160,000, setting up monument 
in Hyde Park, London, England, 1932-33, $2,722.15, less $155,672.15 paid in 
previous years; masonry for monument complete, E.-G. M. Cape, $124,573.25, 
less $1,000 paid in 1939-40; Sydney March, insurance on bronze figures, Mar., 
1932-Aug., 1938, $1,013.24, storage of bronze figures, 1933-1937, $2,400, travelling 
expenses, $111.35; cartage, $163; sundries, $12.71 $ 134,323 55 



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CHIEF ARCHITECTS BRANCH-Con. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CKEF-Suite 

CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS-(7ow. 
CONSTRUCTION, REPARATION ET AMELIORATION D'EDIFICES PXJBLICSS llite 

GENERALLY- Con. — GENERALITES-Sm'*e 

Vote — Credit 297 — Statue of the late Sir Arthur G. Doughty, to be erected 

in front of the Dominion Archives Building — Statue de feu sir Arthur 

G. Doughty a eriger devant l'edifice des archives publiques 

Estate of late R. Tait McKenzie, completion and acceptance of preliminary design, 

$2,000, less $1,000 paid in 1937-38; sundries, $8.15 $ 1,008 15 



Vote — Credit 579 — Public Buildings Generally — Repairs, Alterations, Fittings 

and Improvements — Edifices publics en general — Reparations, 

modifications, garnitures et ameliorations 

NOVA SCOTIA — NOUVELLE-ECOSSE 

Dartmouth, Public Building: — Painting, etc., E. L. Smith 1,242 00 

Hantsport, Public Building: — Erection of clock gable, $450; installing electric 

clock, $725 1,175 00 

Inverness, Public Building: — Installing hot water boiler 570 00 

Liverpool, Public Building: — Repairing and painting, S. P. Pentz 1,228 56 

North Sydney, Public Building: — General repairs 1,211 00 

Shubenacadie, Public Building: — Installing electric clock 725 00 

Sydney, Public Building: — Installing hot water boiler 515 00 

Truro, Public Building: — Installing electric clocks, G. E. Mack, $1,185; construct- 
ing clock opening, $695 1,880 00 

Repairs under $500:— Amherst, $100; Canso, $175; Halifax, New P.O., $458, Old 

P.O., $295; Lunenburg, $148.50 1,176 50 

9,723 06 

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND — ILE DU PRINCE EDOUARD 

Charlottetown, Public Building: — Smoke pipe, etc 133 80 

Montague, Public Building: — Repairs and painting, F. Murphy and Son 975 00 



WEW BRUNSWICK — NOUVEAU-BRUNSWICK 



1,108 80 



Chatham, Public Building: — Installing fire escape 990 00 

Gagetown, Public Building: — Installing electric clocks 625 00 

Moncton, Public Building: — Repairs and alterations, S. A. Steeves 3,668 50 

Saint John, Post Office: — General repairs, G. M. Lawson, $2,343, Mooney Con- 
struction Co., $3,363; painting, $913; sundry, $646.43 7,265 43 

Tracadie Lazaretto: — Laying pipe line 600 00 

Repairs under $500:— Frederieton, $120; Grand Falls, $400.50; Saint John, Custom 

House, $60.87, Observatory, $114 695 37 

13,81,1, 30 

QUEBEC — QUEBEC 

Cantic, Customs and Immigration Building: — Clerk of works, $80.65; re-surfacing 

roads, $4,988 5,068 65 

Farnham, Public Buildings: — Repairs to roadway, fencing, etc 1,050 00 

Iberville, Public Building: — Interior decorating 650 00 

Lachute, Public Building: — Electric repairs 541 00 

Magog, Public Building:— Installing clock, $785; repairs, $700 1,485 00 

Montreal, Postal Station "H": — Advertising, $71.90; alterations, G. Archambault, 

$1,188; printing, $3.70 1,263 60 

Montreal, Postal Terminal: — Electrical supplies, $692.55; improvement to heating 

system, J. Colford Ltd., $2,010 2,702 55 

Nicolet, Public Building: — Advertising, .$53.51; installation of electric wiring and 

fittings, G. H. Desjardins, $1,362; printing, $3.67 1,419 18 



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CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS-COW. 
CONSTRUCTION, REPARATION ET AMELIORATION D'EDIFICES PUBLICS-#W^e 

GENERALLY-Con. — GENERALITIES -Swife 

Vote — Credit 579 — Public Buildings Generally — Repairs, Alterations, Fittings 

and Improvements-Con. — Edfices publics en general — Reparations, 

modifications, garnitures et ameliorations-Suite 

QUEBEC-ConC. — QUEBECKFiw 

Plessisville, Public Building: — Repairs, J. A. Oliver 1,348 10 

Quebec, Immigration Building: — Repairs and alterations, J. A. G. Bouchard, 

Ltee., $1,002, 0. Dumaine, $6,695, J. B. Morin, $597.03 8,294 03 

Quebec, Custom House: — Renewing hot water pipes 818 00 

Quebec, Post Office: — Repairs, O. Dumaine, $1,809, sundry, $235 2,044 00 

Richmond, Public Building: — Painting, etc., S. E. Desmaris 1,500 00 

Rigaud, Public Building: — Painting and decorating 512 00 

Riviere du Loup: — Painting and decorating, J. P. Gagne 1,560 00 

Rouyn, Public Building: — Sidewalks 632 34 

Shawinigan Falls, Public Building: — Repairs. 560 00 

Valleyfield, Public Building: — Repairs 525 00 

Weldon, Public Building: — Painting, repairs, etc., J. A. Plourue 3,580 00 

Repairs under $500:— Acton Vale, $244; Arthabaska, $81; L'Assomption, $258; 
Longueuil, $398; Montreal, Station " C," $191.50, Old Inland Revenue Build- 
ing, $218.75; Quebec, Examining Warehouse, $84.50, St. Roch, $173.61; St. 
Hyacinthe, $190; St. Jerome, $286; St. Pascal, $445; Sherbrooke, $307; 

Trout River, $80 , 2,957 36 

38,510 81 

ONTARIO 

Arnprior, Public Building: — Painting, M. Sullivan and Son 3,207 00 

Cardinal, Public Building: — Repairs 520 00 

Fort William, Customs Building : — Renewal of piping, fittings, valves, etc., J. J. 

Culliton. 3,712 00 

Fort William, Post Office: — Construction of concrete lane and sidewalk, Corpora- 
tion of the City of Fort William 2,598 94 

Ottawa:— Central Experimental Farm, $6,661.27; Central Heating Plant, $257.94; 
Confederation Building, $8,100.47; Connaught, Building, $4,257.38; Daly Build- 
ing, $1,900; East Block, $2,003; Hunter Building, $1,744.89; Justice Building, 
$1,986.80; National Research Laboratory, $12,695.27; National Research Annex, 
$5,135.63; Parliament Building, $585; Postal Terminal Building, $2,023.40; 
Printing Bureau, $1,716.65; Proposed Public Building to House Prime Minister's 
Office, $1,000; Royal Canadian Mint, $3,788.56; Statistics Building, $101.14; 
Supreme Court, $521.21; Victoria Memorial Museum, $1,348.23; Wellington St. 
District Expropriations, $697.25; Scheme of Developments of Government Build- 
ings, $5,995.32; West Block, $358; Bell Telephone Building, $4,500; Blackburn 
Building, $2,084; Booth Building, $115; Dominion Loose Leaf Building, $665.85; 
Jackson Building, $3,903.58; Royal Bank Building, $825.80; Sovereign Building, 
$3,575; Woods Building, $125.40; Ottawa Buildings Generally, $4,258.08 82,930 12 

Timmins, Public Building:— Clerk of works, $157.26; advertising, $50.85; altera- 
tions and interior fittings, E. Menard, $4,606; printing, $2.19 4,816 30 

Toronto, Post Office: — Carpenters, $809.40; painters, $1,122; interior fittings, 

$1,148.85; materials, supplies, repairs, $1,688.85; sundries, $175 4,944 10 

Windsor, Public Building: — Installing clocks, Bowlby and Gluns, Ltd 2,070 50 

10 J,, 79 8 96 

ALBERTA 

Innisfree, Public Building:— Advertising, $41.36; interior fittings, $1,751; sun- 
dries, $2.32 1,794 68 

BRITISH COLUMBIA — COLOMBIE-BRITAXNIQUE 

Cranbrook, Public Building: — Repairs and painting, A. E. Jones 2,494 00 

Grand Forks, Public Building: — Repairs and painting, A. F. Michener 1,770 00 

Greenwood, Public Building: — Repairs and painting, A. E. McDougall 2,250 00 

Lillooet, Public Building: — Alterations 560 00 



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CHIEF ARCHITECT'S BRANCH- Cone. — DIVISION DE L'ARCHITECTE EN CHEF -Fin 

CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS-Conc. 
CONSTRUCTION, REPARATION ET AMELIORATION D'EDIFICES PUBLICS-i^m 

GENERALLY- Cone. — GENERALITES-Fm 

Vote — Credit 579 — Public Buildings Generally — Repairs, Alterations, Fittings 

and Improvements-Cone. — Edfices publics en general — Reparations, 

modifications, garnitures et ameliorations-Fin 

BRITISH COLUMBIA-COWC. COLOMBIE-BRITANNIQUE-FiW 

New Westminster, Indian and Fisheries Building: — Erecting retaining wall, Ward 

and Son Ltd 1,091 50 

Pacific Highway Customs and Immigration Building: — Installation of tile flooring, 
H. D. Layfield Co 

Rossland, Public Building: — Installing boilers, S. J. Hackney 

Vancouver, R.C.A.F.:— Clerk of works, $217.60; advertising, $61.48; alterations, 
fittings, etc., Allan and Viner Construction Co., $8,311; sump pumps, $998; 
sundries, $1.84 

Vancouver, Postal Station '' C ": — Installing boilers and mechanical stokers, 
F. Welsh and Son 

Vancouver, Winch Building:- — Electrical supplies, $93: interior fittings, H. J. G. 
Morgan, $1,262 

Victoria, Astrophysical Observatory: — Clearing underbrush, topping trees, etc., 
Coast Contracting and Fencing Co. Ltd 

Victoria, New Post Office: — Repairs to roof 

Repairs under $500:— Courtenay, $54.95; Kamloops, Old Post Office, $115; Van- 
couver Examining Warehouse, $311; Victoria Old Post Office, $350; Whitehorse, 
$485 



Vote — Credit 580 — Tractors for Postal Purposes — Tracteurs pour fins postales 

Winnipeg, Postal Station "A": — Three Edison storage batteries, International 
Equipment Co., Ltd., $2,850; 3 electric Mercury tractors, Ottawa Car Mfg. Co., 
$6,720; cartage, $8.56 9,578 56 

Winnipeg, Postal Station "H": — Midget tractor, International Harvester Co. of 

Can., Ltd., $1,311, less $45 allowance on old tractor 1,266 00 

Regina, Postal Station "A": — Midget tractor, International Harvester Co. of 

Can., Ltd 1,325 00 



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2,520 


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1,355 


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2,225 
700 


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1,315 95 
28,210 87 


$ 197,990 


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$ 12,169 56 



CHIEF ENGINEER'S BRANCH — DIVISION DE L'INGENIEUR EN CHEF 

Vote — Credit 298 — Branch Administration — Administration 

Salaries (Page U— 11) 169,126 50 

Printing and Stationery: — King's Printer: parliamentary publications, $6.35; 

printing, $2,742.68; supplies, $4,700.79 7,449 82 

Travelling Expenses: — A. A. Anderson, removal expenses, $190.04, travel, $34.68; 

H. Bance, $25.24; K. M. Cameron, $573.10; S. J. Chapleau, $137.35; R. de B. 

Corriveau, $675.81; V. Denis, $148.25; F. G. Goodspeed, $362.70; E. Huot, 

$230.30; H. G. Legg, $16.65; A. K. Light, $157.90; J. W. Lucas, $302.71; G. E. 

Martin, $332.05; D. H. McDonald, $160.70; C. A. Menard, $1,035.07; A. T. 

Mineau, $36.70; A. G. Sabourin, $38.75; G. H. Thurber, $42.10; E. Viens, $600.45 

less $6.70 refunded by Canadian National Railways, unused portion of ticket.., 5,093 85 

Sundries: — Express, $1,347.20; newspapers and publications, $148.53; photographic 

work, $3,353.65; supplies $1,313.31; telegrams, $4,451.79; telephones, $2,885.87; 

sundries, $131.24 13,631 59 

$ 195,301 76 



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Vote — Credit 299 — Engineering, including salaries of Engineers, Clerks, etc. 
— Division du genie, y compris les traitements des ingenieurs, commis, etc. 

Salaries: — 

Halifax Office:— Dist. eng., O. S. Cox, 9 m. at $4,080, 3 m. at $4,260; sr. asst. 
eng., A. G. Tapley, $3,060; asst. engs., L. M. Allison, $2,460, G. T. Clarke, 6 
m. at $2,220, 6 m. at $2,340. A. W. Gregory, $2,700, A. McGillivray, $2,700, 
P. D. Mosher, $2,700, H. N. Putnam, $2,700, P. H. Smith, 6 m. at $2,220, 6 m. 
at $2,340; jr. engs., E. J. Egan, 6 m. at $1,800, 6 m. at $1,920, R. D. Thexton, 
$1,920; draftsmen, H. P. Bernasconi, $1,800, J. E. Forbes, 6 m. to Mar. 31 at 
$1,500; elks, and stens., A. M. J. Connell, $1,920. I. E. Hill, $720, V. L. Lovett, 
$L620, A. E. MacDonald, Aug. 29 to Mar. 31 at $1,620, E. G. Sheppard, $1,380; 
sundry assistance, $118.06 38,051 12 

Charlottetown Office:— Dist. eng., H. E. Miller, 6 m. at $3,120, 6 m. at $3,240; 
asst. eng., R. H. Nicholson, 6 m. at $2,220, 6 m. at $2,340; jr. eng., C. W. 
Currie, $1,800; stem, M. B. Stewart, 3 m. at $1,140, 9 m. at $1,200; sundry 
assistance, $42 8,487 00 

St. John Office:— Dist. eng., G. Stead, $4,620; sr. asst. engs., R. E. Beith, 3 m. 
at $2,940, 9 m. at $3,060, J. R. Freeman, $3,300; asst. engs., A. R. Crookshank, 
$2,700, W. C. Ewing, $2,700, J. M. M. Lamb, 6 m. at $2,340, 6 m. at $2,460, 
H. R. Logie, $2,700, C. D. McAllister, 6 m. at $2,220, 6 m. at $2,340; jr. engs., 
H. P. Lingley, 9 m. at $1,800, 3 m. at $1,920, N. A. MacKenzie, 9 m. at $1,800, 
3 m. at $1,920; draftsman, F. A. Patriquen, $1,500; elks, and stens., M. E. F. 
Farren, Apr. 25, noon, to Mar. 31 at $720, H. A. McMurray, $1,680, C. M. 
McLean, $1.440 32,681 00 

Rimouski Office:— Dist. eng., B. Grandmont, 6 m. at $3,720, 6 m. at $3,900; sr. 
asst. engs., J. A. Laniel, $3,300, J. P. Valiquet, 3 m. at $2,940, 9 m. at $3,060; 
asst. engs., J. P. S. Bourgoing, $2,700, J. P. Carriere, 5 m. to Aug. 31 at $2,340 
(transferred to London), J. R. L. Joncas, Feb. 16 to Mar. 31 at $2,220, L. G. 
McLaren, May 10 to Mar. 31 at $2,220; jr. eng., E. P. E. Marion, $2,160; sr. 
draftsman, J. C. Legare, $1,920. elk., E. Garon, 3 m. at $1,440, 9 m. at $1,500; 
stem, M. P. A. Banville, $1,380; typist, L. M. A. Couture, $1,380 24,392 18 

Quebec Office:— Dist. eng., L. G. Trudeau, 3 m. at $4,260, 9 m. at $4,440; sr. asst. 
engs., L. Brunet, $3,300, J. E. Gagnon, $3,300; asst. engs., U. L. J. Chopin, 
$2,700, G. L. Hall, $2,700, A. Piche, 6 m. at $2,220, 6 m. at $2,340; jr. engs., 
M. Bender, $2,160, R. A. de Valter, $2,160, N. Latraverse, $2,160; draftsmen, 
J. A. M. Boucher, $1,800, H. St. Cyr, $1,800; elks, and stens., M. C. I. 
Blanchette, Apr. 4 to Mar. 31 at $720; M. L. E. Bouchard, $1,380, I. Dorval, 
$1,380. A. Paradis, 9 m. at $1,680, 3 m. at $1,740, less 7 d.; watchman, J. 
Gosselin, $960; labourer, W. Lemieux, $960 35,811 26 

Quebec Supervising Engineer's Office: — Super, dist. eng., A. R. Decary, 6 m. at 
$4,980, 6 m. at $5,100; stem, C. Dorion, $1,380; messenger, J. D. Villeneuve, 
$1,200 7,620 00 

Montreal Office:— Dist. eng., J. H. Landry. 6 m. at $3,720, 5 m. to Feb. 28 at 
$3,900 (deceased); sr. asst. engs., J. E. Bonaventure, 6 m. at $2,820, 6 m. at 
$2,940, A. A. St. Laurent, 6 m. at $2,820, 6 m. at $2,940; asst. engs., J. A. 
Adam, $2,700, J. T. F. Girard, $2,700, J. N. Levesque, Apr. 1 to Sept. 22 at 
$2,700 (retired). W. J. Manning, $2,220, L. deB. Roy. $2,700; jr. engs., J. L. 
Dery, 4 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,800, G. Lamoureux, $1,800, M. Lamoureux, 5 m. 
to Aug. 31 at $1,800 (transferred to Ottawa). J. M. Vogin. $1,800; draftsman, 
J. H. A. Cote, $1,500; elks, and stens., L. J. Archambault, $1,620, S. Bouchard, 
$1,380. M. P. E. Laliberte. $1,380; painter and carpenter, J. G. Millier, 2,392 
h. at 60c; caretaker of booms, A. Payne, $99.96; sundry assistance, $164.14.. 33,384 30 

Ottawa Office:— Dist. eng., J. L. Bisson, $3,900; sr. asst. engs., G. H. Thurber, 6 
m at $2,820, 6 m. at $2,940, J. A. Vermette, 6 m. at $2,820, 6 m. at $2,940; 
asst. engs., W. F. Coutlee, 7 m. to Mar. 31 at $2,220, R. A. Laferriere, 6 m. at 
$2,220, 6 m. at $2,340, M. Lamoureux, 7 m. to Mar. 31 at $2,220 (transferred 
from Montreal), J. F. Mellish, 6 m. at $2,340, 6 m. at $2,460; G. E. Smith, 6 
m. at $2,220, 6 m. at $2,340, A. P. Trudel, 4 m. to July 31 at $2,700 (deceased) ; 
jr. engs., W. F. Coutlee, 5 m. to Aug. 31 at $2,160 (promoted), E. V. Gilbert, 
$1,800, G. Millar, $1,800; jr. hydrometric eng., R. F. Smallian, $2,160; drafts- 
men J. U. Bray, $2,100, L. A. L. Gauthier, Apr. 1 to Sept. 1 at $1,800 
(resigned), E. Grummitt, July 11 to 20 at $1,500; stens., F. N. Kelly, $1,620, 
M. M. Rocque, July 13. noon, to Mar. 31 at $720, less 6 d., M. R. D. Simard, 
Apr. 1 to Aug. 10 at $1,200 (resigned); test borings foremen, A. E. Dickie, 
Apr. 1 to May 15 at S1.860. F. J. Fitzgerald, 9 m. at $1,980. 3 m. at $2,100. 
M. E. Labelle, $2,160, J. E. Leblanc, Apr. 19 to Mar. 31 at $1,860, G. McLeod, 
Apr. 1 to Mav 11 at $2,160 (retired); skilled labourers, A. Friend, $1,500, R. 
Steadworthy, 278 d. at $4 41,244 26 

Toronto Office:— Dist. eng.. J. M. Wilson. $4,620; sr. asst. engs., F. Alport, 8 m. 
to Mar. 31 at $2,820, C. C. Jeffery, 3 m. at $2,940, 9 m. at $3,060, J. K. 
Partridge, $2,940; asst. engs., F. Alport, 4 m. to Aug. 31 at $2,220 (promoted), 



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-Con. — Division du genie, y compris les traitements des ingenieurs, 

commis, etc.-Suite 

Salaries-Cone. 

Toronto Office-Cone. 

A. Anderson, 6 m. at $2,340, 6 m. at $2,460, C. E. Hawke, 7 m. to Mar. 31 at 
$2,220, C. W. Morgan, 10 m. to Mar. 31 at $2,220 (transferred from London) ; 
jr. engs., C. E. Hawke, 5 m. to Aug. 31 at $1,800 (promoted), W. I. MacTavish, 
$2,160; elks, and stens., E. Q. Caldwell, $720; T. M. Lamberti, $720, I. M. A. 
Stinson, $1,680; sundry assistance, $39.94 24,824 94 

Toronto Supervising Engineer's Office: — Super, dist. eng., H. J. Lamb, 6 m. at 
$4,980, 6 m. at $5,100; stem, V. E. Henry, 3 m. at $1,260, 9 m. at $1,320 6,345 00 

London Office:— Dist. eng., H. F. Bennett, 9 m. at $4,080, 3 m. at $4,260; sr. asst. 
engs., J. W. Boughner, 9 m. to Mar. 31 at $2,820, D. H. McDonald, $2,940; 
asst. engs., J. W. Boughner, 3 m. to June 30 at $2,700 (promoted), J. P. 
Carriere, 7 m. to Mar. 31 at $2,340 (transferred from Rimouski), J. Graham, 
4 m. to July 31 at $2,340 (deceased), C. H. Mathewson, 8 m. to Mar. 31 at 
$2,220, W. D. Prior, 6 m. at $2,340, 6 m. at $2,460, D. Soper, $2,700;* jr. engs., 
A. F. Hertel, July 19 to Mar. 31 at $1,800, C. H. Mathewson, 4 m. to July 31 
at $1,800 (promoted), C. W. Morgan, 2 m. to May 31 at $1,920 (transferred to 
Toronto), G. N. Scrogie, Jan. 3 to Mar. 31 at $1,800; draftsman, W. A. Mellor, 
$1,800; elks, and stens., M. E. Hicks, $720, V. Hodgins, $1,440, S. B. Sutherland, 
$1,680 26,843 22 

Sault Ste. Marie Office:— Asst. eng., G. B. Anderson, $2,700; jr. engs., M. O. 
Griffith, Apr. 1 to Dec. 6 at $1,800, A. R. Wood, July 25 to Mar. 31 at $1,800; 
stem, N. M. Lambert, $1,080; sundry assistance, $25.87 6,268 77 

Port Arthur Office:— Dist. eng., P. E. Doncaster, 3 m. at $4,260, 9 m. at 
$4,440; sr. asst. eng., G. H. Burbidge, $3,300; asst. engs., G. P. Brophy, 12 
m. at $2,700, less 2| d., J. R. Mathieson, $2,220; jr. eng., J. Dickinson, $2,160; 
elk., M. A. Armson, $1,620; sundry assistance, $247.96 16,624 82 

Winnipeg Office:— Dist. eng., A. M. Kirkpatrick, 6 m. at $3,720, 6 m. at $3,900; 
sr. asst. engs., W. J. Johnston, 3 m. at $2,940, 9 m. at $3,060, G. P. Morse, 6 
m. at $2,940, 6 m. at $3,060; asst. engs., R. P. Henderson, 9 m. at $2,340, 3 m. 
at $2,460, G. N. Munro, $2,220; jr. engs., W. A. Capelle, Oct. 11 to Mar. 31 
at $1,800, A. W. Walkey, 6 m. at $1,800, 6 m. at $1,920, N. J. Wallis, 9 m. to 
Mar. 31 at $2,160 (retired); stens., C. C. Nicholson, $1,380, B. M. Oatway, 
$1,620 21,761 61 

New Westminster Office:— Dist. engs., J. P. Forde, Apr. 1 to Mar. 7 at $4,620 
(retired), K. W. Morton, Mar. 8 to 31 at $3,720; sr. asst. engs., L. B. 
Elliot, $3,300, K. W. Morton, Apr. 1 to Mar. 7 at $3,300 (promoted); asst. 
engs., A. Halkett, $2,340, W. E. Keyt, $2,700, J. B. Lambert, $2,700, F. O. 
Mills, $2,700, W. A. Richardson, $2,700; jr. engs., C. F. P. Faulkner, $2,160, 
A. Webster, $1,800; dept. accountant, E. H. V. Barwood, 6 m. at $2,460, 6 m. 
at $2,580; stens., I. M. MacDonald, $1,620, C. E. Pasmore, 6 m. at $1,200, 6 m. 
at $1,260, L. B. Streatfield, 9 m. at $1,500, 3 m. at $1,560; caretaker, J. 
Thomson, $630 35,564 04 

Sundry assistance: — North Sydney, N.S.. S. Chislett. $150; Tobermory, Ont., 

F. J. Smith, $25 175 00 

360,078 52 

Surveys and Inspections: — 

Halifax District: travelling expenses, L. M. Allison, $433.95, G.M.Brown, $213.58, 

G. T. Clarke, $523.87, O. S. Cox, $360.72, E. J. Egan, $94.06, A. W. Gregory, 
$887.15, A. J. Macdonald, $390.38, A. MacGillivray, $582.75, P. D. Mosher, 
$731.34, H. N. Putnam, $822.90, P. H. Smith, $258.29, A. G. Tapley, $107.98, 

R. D. Thexton, $556.01; disbursements, $2,536.44 8,499 42 

Charlottetown District: travelling expenses, C. W. Currie, $253.65, H. E. Miller, 

$466.80, R. H. Nicholson, $335.26, R. G. White, $18.75; disbursements, $232.22. . 1,306 68 

St. John District: travelling expenses, A. R. Crookshank, $128.50, W. C. Ewing, 

$671.47, J. R. Freeman, $82, J. M. Lamb, $623.87, H. P. Lingley, $174.90, H. R. 

Logie, $509.43, N. A. Mackenzie, $740.86, C. D. McAllister, $564.56, F. A. 

Patriquen, $75.11, G. Stead, $181.11; disbursements, $1,129.47 4,881 28 

Montreal District: travelling expenses, J. A. Adam, $806.41, J. H. Beauchemin, 

$1,275.20, J. E. Bonaventure, $513.42, J. Dery, $374.24. F. Deslauriers, $14.80, 

L. Lyons Gauthier, $7.10, J. T. Girard, $475.36, G. Lamoureux, $715.51, M. 

Lamoureux, $738.58, J. H. Landry, $282.85, W. J. Manning, $146.76, A. Pigeon, 

$17.75, L. deB. Roy, $368.70, A. A. St. Laurent, $436.68, J. M. Vogin, $201.04; 

disbursements, $1,728.78 8,103 18 

Quebec District: travelling expenses, L. Brunet, $504.96, U. Chopin, $751.55, 

G. Dufour, $314.56, J. E. Gagnon, $287.90, L. Hall, $727.42, G. Lajoie, $401.11, 

N. Latraverse, $807.97, A. Paradis, $4.06, A. Piche, $393.06, L. G. Trudeau, 

$786.65 ; disbursements, $935.95 5.915 19 



Pant U— 75 
DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE-CW — DETAIL DES DEPENSES-Sia7e 

CHIEF ENGINEER'S BRANCH-Con. — DIVISION DE L'INGENIEUR EN CHEF-Suite 

Vote — Credit 299 — Engineering, including salaries of Engineers, Clerks, etc. 

-Con. — Division du genie, y compris les traitements des ingenieurs, 

commis, etc.-Suite 

Surveys and Inspections-Cone. 

Rimouski District: travelling expenses, E. Bourgoing, $573.09, J. P. Carriere, 

$237.27, B. Grandmont, $1,565.08, J. R. Joncas, $568.56, J. A. Laniel, $256.55, 

J. C. Legare, $27.70, P. Marion, $224.25, L. McLaren, $991.99, J. P. Valiquet, 

$888.89; disbursements, $976.19 6,309 57 

Quebec Province, travelling expenses, supervising engineer, A. R. Decary 1,540 80 

Fort Frances, travelling expenses, R. F. Smallian 162 50 

Fort William District: travelling expenses, G. H. Burbidge, $126.53, J. Dickinson, 

$9.66, P. E. Doncaster, $479.07, J. R. Mathieson, $364.89, H. Os, $199.60; 

disbursements, $380.50 1,560 25 

London District: travelling expenses, A. A. Anderson, $295.48, H. F. Bennett, 

$635.35, J. W. Boughner, $723.95, K. G. Calvert, $17.60, J. Graham, $84.55, 

F. Hertel, $124.63, C. H. Mathewson, $402.92, D. W. McKay, $48.30, C. W. 

Morgan, $576.02, W. D. Prior, $606.77, D. Soper, $229.95; disbursements, 

$1,576.43 5,321 95 

Ottawa District: travelling expenses, J. L. Bisson, $304, J. Dussault, $67.38, 

E. V. Gilbert, $376.44, R. A. Laferriere, $662.23, J. Leroux, $26.35, J. F. Mellish, 

$509.14, G. Millar, $161, G. E. Smith, $523.95, G. H. Thurber, $178.95, J. A. 

Vermette. $1,002; disbursements, $265.46 4,076 9C 

Sault Ste. Marie: travelling expenses, G. B. Anderson, $550.88, M. O. Griffith, 

$80.15; disbursements, $48.70 679 73 

Toronto District: travelling expenses, F. Alport, $253.32, A. Anderson, $335.43, 

C. E. Hawke, $304.57, C. C. Jeffrey, $397.58, W. I. Mactavish, $91.68, R. E. 

McArthur, $163.14, P. E. Nicklin, $308.34, J. K. Partridge, $290.65, J. M. 

Wilson, $397.72; disbursements, $595.15 3,137 58 

Ontario, travelling expenses, supervising engineer, H. J. Lamb 1,824 31 

Winnipeg District: travelling expenses, W. A. Capelle, $408.07, J. F. Cunningham, 

$170.35, R. P. Henderson, $907.78, W. J. Johnston, $1,481.69, A. M. Kirkpatrick, 

$633.22, G. P. Morse, $464.97, G. N. Munro, $707.75, A. W. Walkey, $824.80; 

disbursements, $1,441.36 7,039 99 

New Westminster District: travelling expenses, F. W. Anderson, $12.39, H. G. 

Cox, $2.50, A. Craig, $25.05. L. B. Elliott, $308.48, F. P. Faulkner, $480.80, J. P. 

Forde, $759.90, A. Halkett, $704.13, W. E. Keyt, $432.77, J. B. Lambert, $694.73, 

C. W. Lowman, $115.49, F. O. Mills, $56.70. K. W. Morton, $440.58, W. A. 

Richardson, $378.59, A. Webster, $263.54; disbursements, $1,076.40 5,752 05 

66,111 38 
Operation and Maintenance of Inspection Boats: — 

Charlotte town, motor launch, D.P.W.: — Offieer-in-charge, A. T. McKenzie, May 5- 

Dec. 31, $761.94; crew, $985.49; gasoline, oil etc., $129.83; provisions, $126.76; 

repairs and replacements, $175.35; funeral expenses late James Lund, $125; 

gratuity to son of late James Lund, $180; sundries, $12.67 2,497 04 

Nelson, launch "Marion": — Launchman, D. E. Male, $1,056; sundry labour, 

$93.56; gasoline, $71.33; repairs and replacements, $67.77; sundries, $13.72 . 1.302 38 

Victoria, launch " Walronda": — Master, H. Adlem, $1,800; engineer, E. S.Gilbert, 

$1,620; crew, $1,041.60; gasoline and oil, $305.23; provisions, $960.34; repairs, 

and replacements, $1,199.43; moorage, $100; sundries, $67.96 7,094 56 

1 0,8!) 3 98 
Printing and Stationery:— Halifax, $2,339.90; Charlottetown, $246.93; St. John, 
$867.81; Montreal, $1,719.58; Quebec, $1,415.34; Rimouski, $1,465.37; Fort 
William, $611.74; London, $1,048.28; Ottawa, $749.40; Sault Ste. Marie, $221.89; 
Toronto, $1,600.71; Winnipeg, $620.44; New Westminster, $1,412.94 14,320 33 

Sundries: — 

Halifax Office: blue prints, etc., $1,035.45; postage, $382.75; telegrams, $549.39; 

telephone tolls, $1,459.31; sundries, $171.48 3,598 38 

Charlottetown Office: postage, $80; telephone tolls, $106.56; sundries, $96.87 283 43 

St. John Office: motor car upkeep, $782.95; postage, $186.22; telegrams, $126.77; 

telephone tolls, $769.66; sundries, $300.24 2,165 84 

Supervising Engineer, Quebec: postage, $192; telephone tolls, $677.45; sundries, 

$72.87 942 32 

Montreal Office: equipment and repairs, $286.78; blue prints, $1,411.29; postage, 

$106; telephone tolls, $1,421.88; sundries, $278.25 3,504 20 

Quebec Office: prints, etc., $648.55; postage, $130; telegrams, $206.87; telephone 

tolls, $281.91 ; sundries, $230.36 1,497 69 

Rimouski Office: materials, $180.38; prints, $258.81; postage, $285; telegrams, 

$434.60; telephone tolls, $551.32; sundries, $435.05 2,145 16 

Supervising Engineer, Toronto: motor car upkeep, $506.27; postage, $25.18; 

telegrams. $30.98; telephone tolls, $321.87; sundries, $35.09 919 39 



Part U— 76 

PUBLIC WORKS — TRAVAUX PUBLICS 

CHIEF ENGINEER'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'INGENIEUR EN CHEF-Suite 

Vote — Credit 299 — Engineering, including salaries of Engineers, Clerks, etc. 

-Cone. — Division du genie, y compris les traitements des ingenieurs, 

commis, etc.-Fin 

Sundries-Cone. 

Fort Frances Office: labour, $84.10; supplies, $116.57; telegrams, $156.25; sundries, 

$44.86 401 78 

Fort William and Port Arthur Office: motor car upkeep, $508.49; prints and 

supplies, $383.05; postage, $72; telegrams, $102.68; telephone tolls, $25.17; 

sundries, $334.28 1,425 67 

London Office: supplies, $41.84; postage, $125; telegrams, $65.61; telephone tolls, 

$445.25; sundries, $150.28 

Ottawa Office: motor car upkeep, $352.09; telegrams, $272.69; sundries, $149.46... 
Sault Ste. Marie Office: supplies. $17.05; postage, $37; telegrams, $32.56; 

telephone tolls, $79.56; sundries, $30.78 

Toronto Office: prints, etc., $406.10; postage, $157.50; telegrams, $88.81; telephone 

tolls, $903.50; sundries, $171.19 

Winnipeg Office: motor car upkeep, $318.93; prints and supplies, $509; postage, 

$75; telegrams, $265.42; telephone tolls, $239.33; sundries, $146.79 

Nelson Office: travelling expenses, D. Male, $112.65; motor car upkeep, $311.23; 

telephone tolls, $14.03 ; sundries, $46.15 

New Westminster Office: materials, $131.49; motor car upkeep, $360.71; prints 

and photographic supplies, $1,053.35; postage, $497; telegrams, $397.99; 

telephone tolls, $509.97; sundries, $190.89 

Test Borings: labour, $8,192.95; travelling expenses, H. M. Davy, $1,592.57, A. E. 

Dickie, $1,391.40, F. J. Fitzgerald, $1,396.06, M. E. Labelle, $795, J. E. Leblanc, 

$837.23, W.J.Moore, $145.35, J. A. Villandre, $1,219.10; supplies, etc., $1,787.19; 

cartage, freight, etc., $3,383.78; rental of equipment, $1,499.73; telegrams, 

$327.19; sundries, $785.99; less refunded by Department of National Defence, 

$239.96, Department of Transport, $2,064.60, Provincial Government of Ontario, 

$67.25 20,981 73 

Generally: advertising, $46.24; King's Printer, printing, $3.83; commission, etc., 

paying accounts, $744; removal expenses, G. M. Brown, $372.55 1,166 62 

47,738 kl 



827 98 

774 24 


196 95 


1,727 


10 


1,554 47 


484 


06 


3,141 


40 



$ 499,142 62 



DREDGING — DRAGAGE 

Vote — Credit 300 — General Superintendence — Surveillance generate 

Salaries (Page U— 11) 10,022 10 

Printing, Stationery and Sundries: — Travelling expenses, B. Carwardine, $318.30, 

L. P. La Rochelle, $892.20; telephone tolls, $190.85; express, $14.11 1,415 46 

$ 11,437 56 



Vote — Credit 301 — Maritime Provinces — Provinces maritimes 

Dredge No. 1: — Engineer, Jas. E. McMaster, $1,740; maintenance, $554.58; repairs, 
$505.30 2,799 88 

Dredge Pownal No. 2:— Captain, W. M. McLeod, $1,740; crew, $4,396; board, 
$1,471.60; sundry labour, $79.70; operating expenses, $4,350.81; repairs, $4,697.85; 
services of tugs, $8,562; sundries, $188.74 25,486 70 

Dredge No. J t : — Engineer-master, Geo. McLeod, y. less 24 d., $1,796.15; watchman, 

$58.05; maintenance, $543.98; storage, $285 2,683 18 

Dredge No. 5:— Engineer-master, A. G. McDonald, $2,100; crew, $10,898.09; board, 
$2,975.70; travel, $347.15; operating expenses, $15,059.91; pontoons, balance on 
contract, Manseau Shipyards, $4,585; repairs, $6,520.02; services of tug, $250; 
sundries, $378 43,113 87 

Dredge No. 9 .-—Engineer-master, E. Gallant, $1,920; crew, $6,534.28; board, 
$2,137.10; pilotage, $45; sundry labour, $55.75; travel, $40.70; funeral expenses 
of late L. Gaudet, $129; operating expenses, $8,691.86; repairs, $4,823.77; services 
of tug. $1,135; sundries. $173.74 25,686 20 

Dredge No. 12: — Sydney Foundry and Machine Works Ltd., on account contract for 

pontoons, $9,800; coai and water scow, $1,450 11,250 00 



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DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE-Co^. — DETAIL DES DEPENSES-SuiLe 



CHIEF ENGINEER'S BRANCH - Con. — DIVISION DE L'INGENIEUR EN CHEF -Suite 
DREDGING-Ccm. DR AG AGE- Suite 

Vote — Credit 301 — Maritime Provinces-Con. — Provinces maritimes-Suite 

Dredge No. IS:— Engineer-master, J. Amos, Apr. 1-Sept. 26, $968; crew, $4,717.23; 
board, $1,376.43; travel, $56.55; operating expenses, $6,431.31; repairs, $9,482.07; 
services of tug, $1,710; wintering scows, $665; sundries. $266.13 25,672 72 

Dredge No. 14: — Engineer-master, A. McLean, Apr. 29-May 14, Sept. 16-Jan. 21, 
$635; crew. $1,756.25; operating expenses, $1,065.60; repairs, $1,346.92; towing, 
etc., $250.01; sundries, $117.25 5,171 03 

Dredge No. 15 :~ Captain, S. Naugler, Apr. 28-Deo. 9, Mar. 1-15, $1,138.50; care- 
takers, S. Naugler, Dec. 10-19, $14.52, W. Smith, $193.44; crew, $3,671.75; 
operating expenses, $1,565.58; repairs, $315.99; towing, $373 7,272 78 

Dredge No. 16:— Captain, S. Crowell, 9 m. to Dec. 31, $1,221; crew, $3,671.85; 
pilotage, $35; sundry labour, $211.75; operating expenses, $2,054.23; repairs, 
$540.26; towing, $419; sundries, $40.29 8,193 38 

Dredge No 17:— Captain, Robt. Stone, Apr. 16-Dec. 24, Mar. 20-31, $1,245.45; care- 
taker, $233.75; crew, $4,045.60; operating expenses, $2,047.61; repairs, $360.16; 
sundries, $52.95 7,985 52 

Dredge No. 18:— Caretakers, Wm. Fraser, $860.75, H. Ross, Oct. 17-Dec. 17, $121.50; 
sundry labour, $325.10; hauling, etc., $160; new hull, Pictou Marine Railway, 
$3,995; maintenance, $249.33; repairs, $1,907.49; sundries, $9.58 7,628 75 

Dredge No. 19:— Captain, A. McLean, Apr. 20-Nov. 30, $959.75; crew, $2,613.45; 
watchman, $139; operating expenses, $1,102.19; repairs, $30.87; towing, etc., 
$142.50; sundries, $11.75 4,999 51 

Dredge No. 115: — Engineer-master, Wm. McLeod, y. less 11 d., $2,037.90; watch- 
man. $26.61; maintenance, $344.36; repairs, $130.06; wharfage, y., $638.75; 
sundries, $19.10 3,196 78 

Tug Canso: — Engineer, J. H. Fraser, $1,860; sundry labour, $46.60; maintenance, 

$185.55; repairs, $1,270.82; sundries, $30.09 3,393 06 

Tug Fredericton: — Master, A. McLeod, $1,260.46; engineer, C. A. Bell, y. less 48 
d., $1,564.35; crew, $2,383.68; board, $1,028.53; travel, $53.10; hauling, etc., $250; 
operating expenses, $3,154.92; repairs, Pictou Foundry & Machine Co. Ltd., 
$2,519.48, sundry, $1,524.75; sundries, $67.94 13,807 21 

Tug Helena: — Second engineer, Wm. McAlpine, y. less 7 d., $1,412.39; watchman, 
$19.76; sundry labour, $64; maintenance, $216.11; repairs, $173.90; wharfage, 
y., $300 2,186 16 

Tug Lisgar:— Master, G. C. Gamble. $1,135.42; crew, $5,188.17; board, $1,338.40; 
travel, $23.55; operating expenses, $3,471.78; repairs, Sydney Foundry & Machine 
Works Ltd., on account contract, $5,312.40, sundry, $1,222.69; sundries, $108.88.. 17,801 29 

Tug Pugicash;-^ Master. A. Swim, $1,860; maintenance, $977.67; repairs, $465.45; 

wharfage, y. less 19 d., $285; sundries, $32.81 3,620 93 

Tug Sogenada: — Engineer, J. Morrison, $1,800; maintenance, $315.37; repairs, 

$755.60 ; sundries, $132 3,002 97 

Steel Hopper Scow, Marine Industries Ltd., on account contract for construction. 26,320 00 

Harbour work:— Anderson's Cove, N.S., $353.31, Apple River, $1,002; Baddeck, 
$1,696.28; Big Beach, $253.60; Canning. $199.80; Coffin Island, $2,664.41; Delap's 
Cove, $224.95; Framboise, $200.10; Hantsport. $119.70; Harrington, $699.90; 
Margaree. $6,851.44; Margaretville, $273.25; Mill Creek, $200; Oyster Pond, 
$101.10; Parrsboro, $685.84; Phinney's Green, $338.41; Pictou, $6,002.05; Pictou 
Landing, $5,943.14; Port Greville, $1,199.72; Port Medway, $6,929.73; Port 
Williams, $470.54; Sandford, $549; Skinner's Cove, $1,422.45; South Side 
(Donald's Head), $699.05; Spencer's Island, $191.15; The Ponds (Pleasant Bay), 
$335.16; Walton, $113.75; Barachois, N.B., $2,035.64; Campbellton, $5,960.62; 
Dalhousie, $1,795.42; Little Dipper Harbour, $1,219.93; Malloch's Pond, $4,700.03; 
Millbank, $4,761.79; Miramichi River, $496.80; Nelson, $4,382.88; minor works 
in Maritime Provinces, $430.11 65,503 05 

Generally: — Dist. supt. of dredges, D. H. McQuarrie, 3 m. at $3,420, 9 m. at 
$3,540, travel, $681.29; sr. insp. of dredges, H. D. Gillis, 6 m. at $2,760, 6 m. 
at $2,880, travel, $943.05; insp. of dredges, E. H. Anderson, 6 m. at $2,340, 
6 m. at $2,460, travel, $445.30, J. T. Nickerson, $2,520, travel, $1,317.35; clerks 
and stenographers, M. Donohue, $1,920, A. Duffy, 6 m. to Sept. 30, $690 
(retired), M. S. Sime, $720; advertising, $189.33; gratuity to widow of late 
L. Gaudet, $160; King's Printer, printing, $10.16, supplies, $211.21; photo- 
graphic work, $87.96; postage, $135; taxi hire, $362.45; telegrams, $432.75; 
telephone tolls, $234.71; sundries, $259.87 20,050 43 

336,825 40 
Less — Refunded for services of vessels 399 95 



$ 336,425 45 



Part U— 78 

PUBLIC WORKS — TRAVAUX PUBLICS 

CHIEF ENGINEER'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'INGENIEUR EN CHEF-Suite 

DREDGING-COW. — DRAG AGE- Suite 

Vote — Credit 301 — Maritime Provinces-Cone. — Provinces maritimes-Fin 

Charged as follows: — 

Salaries and Wages 95,052 95 

Maintenance and Operation 129,269 96 

New Plant 46,496 91 

Contract and day labour works, inspection and contingencies; and 

to supplement above allotments 65,605 63 



$ 336,425 45 



Vote — Credit 302 — Ontario and Quebec — Ontario et Quebec 

Dredge No. 110: — Engineer-master, G. Fox, $2,160; labour, $187.57; moorage, 

$1,193.40; towage, $80; repairs, etc., $1,774.31 5,395 28 

Dredge No. 116 and tug Bersimis: — Engineer-master, J. B. A. Bertrand, $2,100; 
tug master, W. Levesque, $1,467.50; crews, $12,845.42; board, $3,806; sundry 
operating expenses, $17,059.92; repairs and replacements, $16,595.93 53,874 77 

Dredge No. Ill and tug Hercules: — Engineer-master, J. Howell, $2,100; tug 
master, H. Jackson, $1,617.80; crews, $16,091.81; board, $4,563; towage, $1,789.50; 
operating expenses, $7,773.68; repairs and replacements, $15,810.57 49,746 36 

Dredge No. Ill: — Engineer-master, E. C. Robertson, $1,183.39; retiring gratuity, 

$870; sundries, $123.89 2,177 28 

Dredge No. 123 and tug Monitor: — Engineer-master, H. J. Fox, $1,980; sundry 

labour, $150.57; repairs, etc., $4,815.93 6,946 50 

Dredge No. 126:— Captain, C. Reid, $735; crew, $3,377.53; board, $1,382; repair 

labour, $1,371.43; operating and repairing, $3,552.71 10,418 67 

Dredge No. 127:— Captain, J. A. S. Tremblay, $1,220.61; crew, $4,636.85; board, 

$189; repair labour, $242.60; operating expenses, $3,480.94 9,770 00 

Dredge No. 1 29 .-—Watchman, $78.75; dismantling dredge, $245.20 323 95 

Dredge Harricana:— Captain, R. A. Woodhus, $1,339.34; crew, $4,941.02; board, 
$2,592.42; repair labour, $795.25; new engine, $1,475; repairs and operating 
expenses, $5,539.95 16,682 98 

Tug Peel:— Watchman, $780; repairs, etc., $1,045.11 1,825 11 

Construction of new scow: — C. H. Nadeau, contract work, $3,200; advertising, 

etc., $106.05 3,306 05 

Harbour work, Quebec: — Baie des Rochers, $259.05; Beauport, $2,635.30; Chateau 
Richer, $2,479.85; Chateauguay, $6,520.63; Chute-a-Blondeau, $688.75; Contre- 
cceur, $2,756.71; Contrecceur (Lavaltrie), $2,777.86; Grandes Bergeronnes, $423.05; 
Grandes Piles (Riviere St. Maurice), $496.77; Grenville, $3,174.36; Grosses 
Roches (Sacre Cceur), $794.87; Ile-aux-Coudres, $137.22; He Perrot (La Passe), 
$3,442.04; La Malbaie, $343.87; La Sarre River, $500; L'He Verte, $1,597.03; 
Notre Dame de Pierreville, $2,431.30; Petite Madeleine, $907.44; Petite Riviere- 
au-Renard, $953.50; Portage-du-Cap, $397; Portneuf, $42; Riviere Blanche 
(Latour), $459.61; Riviere Colombier, $285.20; Riviere-du-Bic, $1,801.03; 
Riviere St. Jean, $6,225.40; Riviere St. Maurice, $1,296.69; Riviere Trois 
Pistoles, $1,009.65; St. Barthelemi, $2,375.48; St. Mathieu, $4,417.61; St. Simeon, 
$3.23; St. Sulpice, $2,269.76; Taillon, $725.60; Trois Pistoles, $989.60; Yamaska 
River, $8,834.60; York River, $1,002.10 65,454 16 

Harbour works, Ontario:— Barrow Bay, $349.80; Bayfield, $422.50; Belle River, 
$4,888.15; Blind River, $3,623.43; Collingwood, $3,538.49; Dalton Point (Head 
River), $1,570.49; Gore Bay, $1,229.60; Haileybury Shipyard, $99.67; Hawkesbury, 
$1,506.47; Honey Harbour, $5,024.51; Kingston, $681; Lake St. Clair, $515.76; 
Lazy Creek, $1,060.26; Manitou, $5,624.96; Meaford, $4,958.46; Midland, 
$4,767.46; Mimicoganashene, $4,173.85; Oliphant, $1,136.45; Orrville, $249.11; 
Puce, $3,427.51; Redstone River, $300; Sauble River, $211.44; Saugeen River, 
$10,030.67; Sault Ste. Marie, $10.40; Victoria Harbour, $347.20; Wade's Landing, 
$4,715.37 64,463 01 

Pattern Warehouse:— Foreman carpenter, G. Waters, $1,890.40; supplies, $231.80.. 2,122 20 

Generally: — J. H. Beauchemin, supervisory insp. of dredging, $2,250; J. I. 
Cummings, insp. of dredges, $2,520; L. P. Larochelle, sr. insp. of dredges, $2,640; 
advertising, $161.61; photographic work, $82.13; printing, $50.05; telegrams, 
$103.69; sundries, $3.55 7,811 03 

$ 300,317 35 



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DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE-Cor?. — DETAIL DES DEPENSES-Su^e 



CHIEF ENGINEER'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'INGENIEUR EN CKEF-Siiite 
DREDGING-COW. — DRAGAGE-Suite 

Vote — Credit 302 — Ontario and Quebec-Cone. — Ontario et Quebec-Fin 

Charged as follows: — 

Salaries and Wages 69,163 56 

Maintenance and operation 97,864 39 

New Plant 3,306 05 

Contract and day labour works, inspection and contingencies, 

and to supplement above allotments 129,983 35 

$ 300,317 35 



Vote — Credit 303 — Manitoba, Saskatchewan & Alberta 

Dredge No. 205 and tug Friday: — Dredge master, S. Dewar, $1,395; tug master, 

W. P. Simpson, $1,124.52; crews, $5,983.11; board, $1,725.30; towing, $1,625; 

maintenance and operation, $3,989.62; gratuity to widow of late R. demons, $240 16,082 55 
Dredge Red River: — Master, B. Freeman (deceased), $232.50; captain, H. Barker, 

$1,122; crew, $5,042.03; board, $1,105.60; maintenance and operation, $4,769.80; 

gratuity to son of late B. Freeman, $310 12,581 93 

Dredge Winnipegosis and tug Armenon: — Master, B. Kelly, $1,551.49; engineer, 

J. E. Bickel, $1,317.99; tug master, C. Denby, $737.41; crews, $3,816.02; board, 

$1,471.25; operating expenses, $3,972.11; repairs, $1,603.27 14,469 54 

Coal barges, supplies, etc 189 19 

Selkirk Shipyard: — Watchman, J. S. Ingraham, $1,125; labour, repairing dredges, 

etc., $5,740.85; maintenance and operation, $1,505.55 8,371 40 

New Plant: — Tug Phyllis Williams, purchase price, $3,500, cost of reconstruction, 

$17,864.75; reconstruction of dredge Winnipegosis, $15,992.61 37,357 36 

Eagle Nest Creek, drag line 250 00 

Whitefish Point:— Labour, $636; materials, $116.13 752 13 

Senior inspector of dredges, J. F. Cunningham 2,700 00 

Clerk, gr. 4, C. Waterman 1,920 00 

$ 94,674 10 

Charged as follows: — 

Salaries and Wages 28,617 07 

Maintenance and Operation 27,697 54 

New Plant 37,357 36 

Contract and day labour works, inspection and contingencies, and 

to supplement above allotments 1,002 13 

$ 94,674 10 



Vote — Credit 304 — British Columbia — Colombie-Britannique 

Dredge Ajax: — Watchman on laid-up plant, G. W. Brown, $1,100; towing, etc., 

$217.08 1,317 08 

Dredge Fruhling:— Master, A. Cameron, April 1-Jan. 15, $1,665; Mar. 16-31, $95.48; 
H. A. Young, Jan. 15-Mar. 15, $370; crew, $21,133.71; board, $5,428.50; operating 
expenses, $16,592.56; repairs, Burrard Dry Dock Co., Ltd., $15,002.05; sundry 
repairs, $3,467.42; sundries, $93.19 63,847 91 

Dredge King Edward:— Master, H. A. Young, $2,130.48, less $370 charged to dredge 
Fruhling; crew, $22,012.10; board, $6,050.10; operating expenses, $11,294.47; 
cleaning, docking, painting, etc., B.C. Marine Engineers & Shipbuilders, Ltd., 
$37,857.50; sundry repairs, $5,793.45; advertising, $90.28 84,858 38 

Dredge Mastodon: — Watchmen, $3,811.28; repair labour, $320; maintenance, 

$449.24; repairs, $2,504.45; gr.atuity to widow of late L. H. McAlpine, $250 7,334 97 

Dredge Pelican: — Crew $1,377.94; sundry labour, $899; caretaker, $300; board, 

$432; operating expenses, $1,037.03; repairs, $215.21 4,261 18 

Launch Knockabout: — Engineer, J. Smith, $920; board, $159.75; operating expenses, 

$282.32; repairs, $165.65 1,527 72 

Tug Point Grey:— Labour, $761.60; repairs, $763.76; sundries, $76.73 1,602 09 



Paait U— 80 

PUBLIC WORKS — TRAVAUX PUBLICS 

CHIEF ENGINEER'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'INGENIEUR EN CHEF -Suite 
DREDGING-OoMC. — DRAGAGE-.Fm. 

Vote — Credit 304 — British Columbiar-Conc. — Colombie-Britannique-Fin 

Tug Point Pelly:— Master, D. Fidler, $1,500; engineer, F. J. Banks, $1,380; board, 

$490.50; operating expenses, $552.01; repairs, $1,050.01 4,972 52 

Special works:— Canoe Pass, $380.09; Chelalis River, $300; Fort Douglas, $300; 
Fraser River, survey, labour, $1,887.35; supplies, etc., $1,576.23; Ladner, 
$3,362.10; Little Harrison Lake, $25; Stikine River; $2,989.73; Victoria 
Harbour. $127.50; repairs to fishing boat, damaged by dredge Fruhling, $275... 11,223 00 

General:— Storekeeper, J. Thomson, $180; travelling expenses, F. O. Mills, $176.25; 

sundries, $43.41 399 66 



181,344 51 

Less — Refunded by Pondosa Pine Lumber Co., Ltd., services of dredge Pelican.. 377 67 



$ 180,966 84 



Charged as follows: — 

Wages 57,794 32 

Maintenance and operation 111,949 52 

Contract and day labour works, inspection and contingencies, and 

to supplement above allotments 11,223 00 

$ 180,966 84 



MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF GRAVING DOCKS, LOCKS AND DAMS, ETC. 
ENTRETIEN ET SERVICE DE BASSINS DE RADOTJB, ECLUSES, DIGUES, ETC. 

Vote — Credit 305 — Champlain Graving Dock — Bassin de radoub de Champlain 

Salaries and Wages: — Power plant superintendent, E. Vezina, $2,880 (quarters 
$240 not included); power plant operator, J. P. Theberge, $1,860; steam power 
plant engineer, J. P. Samson, $2,160; assistant steam power plant engineer, 
A. Begin, $1,740; carpenter foremen, P. Marcoux, $1,920, J. Turgeon, $1,800; 
carpenters, J. Morneau, 12 m. at $125 per m. (less 13 d.), O. Robitaille, $1,500; 
firemen, J. A. Gingras, 12 m. at $1,260 (less \ d.), C. Samson, 12 m. at $1,260 
(less 2J d.). D. Samson, $1,260, E. Samson, $1,260; firemen-labourers, C. A. 
Bernier, $1,200, V. Bourget, 4 m. to Mar. 31 at $1,140, E. Samson, April 1- 
Oct. 15 at $1,260 (less 85 d.) ; oiler, A. Forgues, $1,380; labourers, A. J. Turgeon, 
$1,020, R. White, $1,020; clerk, L. R. Dion, $1,380; stenographer, M. A. F. 
Verreault, $1,320; day labour, foreman, G. Lemelin, $918; machinists, L. Guay, 
$793.65, J. Lamontagne, $795.60, power plant helpers, F. Bourget, $379.76, A. 
Ruel, $582.80, I. Samson, $170.85, carpenters, $103.95, carters, $669.16, diver, $40, 
labourers, $41.60; less $6,483.79 charged to Lome Graving Dock 26,432 45 

Materials and Supplies: — Caretaker's supplies, $114.48; cement, etc., $101.77; coal, 
Paquet & Fils, Ltee, $7,400.46; diving equipment, $91.60; fire brick, $226.96; 
gasoline, oil, etc., $290.78; lumber, $633.39; meter charts, $193.60; paints, paint- 
ing, etc., $565.45; King's Printer, printing, $40.09; tile, $460; sundries, $1,853.90. 11,972 48 

Electric Power: — Davie Shipbuilding and Repairing Co. Ltd 1,503 24 

Maintenance and Repairs: — Carpenters, $222.30; carters, $110.50; diver, $28; 
labourers, $1,008; painters, $320.13; creosote oil, $175.50; hardware, etc., $587.10; 
lumber, $558.72; Machine parts and repairs, $202.38; rent of crane, $25; repairs, 
G. T. Davie and Son, repairs to rolling caisson, etc., $1,414.54, accounts under 
$1,000, $123.88; water, $1,227 6,003 05 

Sundries: — Half premium on guarantee bond for L. R. Dion 2 00 

$ 45,913 22 



Vote — Credit 306 — Esquimalt Graving Dock — Bassin de radoub d'Esquimalt 

Salaries and Wages: — Dockmaster, O. R. Parker, $2,520 (quarters $627.84 not 
included) ; electric power plant operators, A. Craig, $2,460 (quarters $627.84 not 
included), overtime, $14.87, D. G. Holmes, 12 m. at $180 per m. (less 5 d.), over- 
time, $52.84, R. Hutchison, $2,160, overtime, $47.03; C. A. Rainsford, $2,160, 
overtime, $35.42; crane operator, N. Patterson, $1,800, overtime, $42.88; 



Part U— 81 
DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE-Con. — DETAIL DES DEPENSES-Me 

CHIEF ENGINEER'S BRANCH-Con. — DIVISION DE L'INGENIEUR EN CHEF-Su^e 

MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF GRAVING DOCKS, LOCKS AND DAMS, ETC.-Con. 
ENTRETIEN ET SERVICE DE BASSINS DE RADOUB, ECLUSES, DIGUES, ETC.-Suite 

Vote — Credit 306 — Esquimalt Graving Dock-Cone. — Bassin de radoub 

d'Esquimalt-Fin 

Salaries and Wages-Cone. 

machinists' helpers, R. Garrett, 12 m. at $126 per m. (less 4 d.), overtime, $28.85, 
R. Irvine, 12 m. at $126 per m. (less 10 d.), overtime, $32.92, A. I. Walden, 
12 m. at $126 per m. (less 5 d.), overtime, $36.98; carpenter foremen, H. V. 
Stewart, 12 m. at $150 per m. (less 103 d.) (quarters $408 not included), over- 
time, $12.74, N. Fraser, Dec. 19-Mar. 31 at $150 per m.; rigger, A. C. Bundy, 
12 m. at $105 per m. (less 7 d.) (quarters $120 not included), overtime, $8.28; 
labourer foremen, J. Isbister, 8 m. to Nov. 30 at $100 per m. (less 25 d.), over- 
time, $4.62, E. Tink, 4 m. to Mar. 31 at $100 per m.; labourers, E. Chandler, 
April 1-9, Nov. 1-Mar. 31 at $85 per m., overtime $2.43, E. C. Game, $1,020, 
overtime, $6.88, R. F. Gray, $1,020, overtime, $6.88. J. Isbister, 4 m. to Mar. 31 
at $85 per m., J. Knowles. $1,020, overtime, $7.22. H. W. Rowe, April 10-July 12 
at $85 per m., E. Tink, 8 m. to Nov. 30 at $85 per m., overtime, $7.81, A. C. 
Williams, 12 m. at $85 per m. (less 5 d.), overtime, $7.23; watchmen, W. F. 
Harrison, $1,140, W. S. Kershaw, 3 m. at $960, 9 m. at $1,020, W. Porteous, 
April 1-July 9 at $1,200 (retired), H. W. Rowe, July 13-Mar. 31 at $900; clerk, 
A. E. Pillow, $1,380; temporary watchman, F. H. Newman, July 17-Aug. 7, Aug. 
22-Sept. 12 at $75 per m.; sundry labourers, $42.30 32,647 02 

Materials and Supplies: — Auto parts and renewals, $174.39; caretakers' supplies, 
$100.36; electrical supplies and repairs, $101.22; gasoline, oil, etc., $226.18; hard- 
ware, etc., $592.40; lumber, etc., J. F. Smith Co. Ltd., $1,645, accounts under 
$1,000, $204.35; machinery parts and repairs, $598.24; King's Printer, printing, 
$16.62, supplies, $184.81; sundries, $155.56 3,999 13 

Electric Power:— B.C. Electric Railway Co 31,000 00 

Maintenance and Repairs: — Diver, $100; drillers, $1,058.20; labourers, $4,456.35; 
sand blasters, $1,602: cement, Evans, Coleman and Johnson Bros., Ltd., $1,588.20; 
lumber, $190.60; machinery parts and repairs, $108.17; oiling dock yard, $350.02; 
paint, oils, etc., $515.40; sand, gravel, etc., $607.50; tarvia, $369.96; sundries, 
$149.72 11,096 12 

Sundries: — 'Auto parts and repairs, $81.71; car allowance, O. R. Parker, $148.50; 
laundry, $39.66; postage, $20; rent of spur track, $34.82; telephone tolls, $24.81; 
uniforms, $29.85; water, City of Victoria, $1,638.40; sundries, $188.19 2,205 94 



$ 80,948 21 



Vote — Credit 307 — Lome Graving Dock — Bassin de radoub de Lome 

Salaries and Wages: — Steam power plant engineers, T. Despres, April 1-Aug. 24 at 
$2,220 (quarters at $180 not included) (retired), J. H. Lamontagne, Aug. 25- 
Mar. 31 at $1,860 (quarters at $180 not included) ; assistant engineers, J. H. 
Lamontagne, April 1-Aug. 24 at $1,740 (promoted), F. X. Thibault, April 7-Mar. 
31 at $1,500; firemen, J. B. Bolduc, $1,140, J. Bourassa, $1,260. A. Guav, $1,260; 
firemen-labourers, J. E. Dore, 3 m. at $1,140. 9 m. at $1,200, J. H. Samson, $1,260, 
A. Verrault, 6 m. at $1,140, 6 m. at $1,200; day labour, foreman, G. Lemelin, 
$921, machinists, L. Guay, $798.20, J. Lamontagne, $795.93, power plant helpers, 
V. Bourget, $389.87, A. Ruel, $579.04, I. Samson, $90.24, carters, $677.76, 
carpenters, $29.85, diver, $20, drillers, $38, sundry labour, $335.60; detailed with 
Champlain Graving Dock, $6,483.79 22,604 77 

Materials and Supplies: — Coal, Paquet & Fils, Ltd., $3,571.07, sundry accounts, 
$67.50; electric heat, Quebec Power Co., $963.97; electrical supplies and repairs, 
$480.37; fire brick, etc., $201.88; hardware, etc., $672.56; King's Printer, printing, 
$40.08, supplies, $101.76; lumber, etc., $362.37; machine parts and repairs, $981.43; 
painting, etc., $537.56; steam heater, $183.60; sundry supplies and repairs, 
$823.04; telephone tolls, $214.57 9,201 76 

Electric Poiver:— Quebec Power Co., electric light, $232.14, power. $72.71 . . 304 85 

Maintenance and Repairs: — Bricklayers, $25.60; carpenters, $993.60; electricians, 
$53.30; labourers, $292.80; painters, $282.70; plasterers, $84.38; plumbers, $36.40; 
cartage, $34.50; paint, etc., $162.80; stone, $644.16; water, $573.75; sundries, $58.87 3,242 86 

Sundries: — Half premium on guarantee bond for L. R. Dion 2 00 

$ 35,356 24 
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PUBLIC WORKS — TRAVAUX PUBLICS 

CHIEF ENGINEER'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'INGENIEUR EN CHEF-Suite 

MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF GRAVING DOCKS, LOCKS AND DAMS, ETC.-Con. 
ENTRETIEN ET SERVICE DE BASSINS DE RADOUB, ECLUSES, DIGUES, ETC.-Suite 

Vote — Credit 308 — Selkirk — Repair Slip — Selkirk — Cale de reparations 

Salaries: — Watchman, E. F. Comber, 7 m. to Nov. 30 at $1,140, arrears, $35 700 00 

Materials and Supplies, Electric Power and Sundries: — Cartage, $17.80; diving 
outfit, $259.40; electric light, $6; lumber, $52.49; power, $480; sundry supplies 

and repairs, $65.86 - 881 55 

Maintenance and Repairs: — Sundry labour 2,023 00 



3,604 55 



Vote — Credit 309 — Maintenance and Operation of Locks and Dams — 
Entretien et service d'ecluses et digues 

Quinze Dam, Que.: damkeeper foreman, J. P. Vachon, $1,440; damkeepers, E. 
Giroux, 2,428 h. at 40c, E. Pepin, 2,436 h. at 40c; asst. foreman-labourer, W. J. 
Belanger, 2,376 h. at 45c; sundry labour, $2,258.85; express, freight, etc.. $5.84; 
gasoline, oil, etc., $57.60; hardware, etc., $153.84; postage, $7; provender, $116.08; 
telephone tolls, $2.97; sundry repairs and supplies, $256.49 7,313 47 

Riviere du Lievre Lock and Dam, Que.: lockmaster, E. St. Amour, $1,140 (quarters 
$60 not included); loekman, D. Vallieres, $284.55; sundry labour, $516.80; 
cartage, $18.50; hardware, etc., $299.19; lumber, $152; stone, etc., $605; telephone 
tolls, $13.05; sundry repairs and supplies, $72.58 3,101 67 

French River Dams, Out.: damkeepers, A. Matte, 3 m. at $930, 9 m. at $960, allow- 
ance, $360, N. Pipher, $1,080, allowance, $360; sundry labour, $190.60; cartage, 
$33.70; dock rental, $10; express and freight, $25.60; gasoline and oil, $259.55; 
hardware, etc., $205.41; lumber, $332.33; paint, etc., $248.40; sundry repairs and 
supplies, $74.40 4,132 49 

Latchford Dam, Ont.: water control supervisor, H. McDermid, $1,380; damkeepers, 
P. R. Carter, Jan. 9-Mar. 31 at $900, W. F. Michiel, $1,170; sundry labour, $11.05; 
cartage, $6; coal and wood, $70.86; hardware, etc., $49.43; lumber, $272.25; 
postage, $1.26; sundry repairs and supplies, $34.10 3,200 60 

Temiskaming Dam, Ont.: damkeeper, H. Ryan, $1,110; clerks, A. Bisson, $1,080. 
A. E. Leacy, $1,380; skilled labourer, P. Bisson, 2,396 h. at 40c; sundry labour, 
$1,276.20; cartage, $3.25; coal and wood, $104.50; electric current, $49.03; express 
and freight, $3.35; hardware, etc., $479.60; lumber, $145.50; postage, $7.50; 
telephone tolls, 84c; sundry repairs and supplies, $305.32 6,903 49 

St. Andrews Rapids Lock and Dam, Man.: caretaker, W. J. Sandison, $1,260; 
superintendent, N. Ross, 3 m. at $2,040, 9 m. at $2,160 (quarters $300 not 
included) ; asst. superintendent, W. B. Mowatt, Nov. 1-30 at $1,500; lockmen, 
I. A. Peebles, 6 m. to Oct. 31 at $840; H. G. Mowatt, 2 m. to June 30 at $840, 
4 m. to Oct. 31 at $870, W. B. Mowatt, 5 m. to Sept. 30 at $900, arrears, $15 
(promoted); A. Truthwaite, 6 m. to Oct. 31 at $1,050; sundry labour, $3,942.05; 
advertising, $9.34; car hire, $82.92; coal and wood, $537.25; electrical supplies 
and repairs, $178.71; express and freight, $6.63; hardware, etc., $643.13; King's 
Printer, supplies, $11.43; light and power, $764.13; lumber, $532.11; paint, etc., 
$367.29; postage, $2; rent of cement mixer, $7; steam heating plant installed, 
$490; stone, etc., $184.96; telephone tolls, $14.77; sundry repairs and supplies, 
$1,266.93 14,320 65 

Cowan Dam, Sask.: damkeeper, W. J. Mahoney, 8 m. to Nov. 30 at $1,320 880 00 

Okanagan Control Dam, B.C.: damkeeper, H. Connor 1,080 00 



$ 40,932 37 



Charged as follows: — 

Salaries 24.869 30 

Materials and Supplies, Electric Power and Sundries 4,101 59 

Maintenance and Repairs 11,961 48 



$ 40,932 37 



Pant U— 83 
DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE-Co??.— DETAIL DES DEPENSES-Smte 

CHIEF ENGINEER'S BRANCH-Con. — DIVISION DE L'INGENIEUR EN CHEF-Suite 

MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF GRAVING DOCKS, LOCKS AND DAMS, ETC.-Conc. 
ENTRETIEN ET SERVICE DE BASSINS DE RADOUB, ECLUSES, DIGUES, ETC.-i^tn 

Vote — Credit 310 — Maintenance and Operation of Snagboats — Entretien et 
service de bateaux deblayeurs 

Snagboat, Samson: — 

Wages of Crete:— Captain, T. Hirst, $2,160; engineer, F. Creedon, $2,100; mate, 
G. W. Mcllroy, $1,560; crew, $8,654.35 14,474 35 

Maintenance and Operation: — Board of crew, $3,868.80; bedding, etc., $123.20; 
chain, rope, etc., $1,034.24; coal, $298.50; docking and repairs, Star Shipyard 
Mercers Ltd., $789.51; explosives, $107.44; fuel oil, Hi-way Oil Co., $1,830.08, 
sundry accounts, $376.19; gasoline, oil, etc., $249.43; hardware, etc., $889.41; 
Kohler automatic electric plant installed, $495; laundry, $109.02; light, $111.08; 
repairs and materials, $1,019.49; water, $154.61; less $1,200 paid by Dept. of 

Transport for services of Samson 10,256 00 

2J,,730 35 
Snagboat, Essington: — 

Wages of Crete: — Captain, J. D. Watson, April 1-Oct. 8, March 4-31 at $200 per 
m.; engineers, B. Forbes, April 1-Sept. 30 at $190, A. Forbes, Oct. 1-8, $49.03; 
J. Hart, March 13-31, $116.45; mate, J. Munro, April 1-Sept. 30 at $125; 
watchman, J. D. Watson, Oct. 9-Mar. 3 at $75 per m.; crew, $3,751.87 7,602 52 

Maintenance and Operation: — Board of crew, $2,209.35; bedding, etc., $50.26; 
coal, $175; gasoline, oil, etc., Imperial Oil Ltd., $1,150.60, sundry accounts, 
$11.05: hardware, etc., $696.90; laundry, $48.81; sundry repairs and supplies, 

$723.53 y ~ . . . J 5,065 50 

12,668 02 



$ 37,398 37 



MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF ROADS AND BRIDGES 
ENTRETIEN ET SERVICE DES ROUTES ET PONTS 

Vote — Credit 311 — Burlington Channel Bridge — Pont du chenal de Burlington 

Salaries and Wages: — Bridgemasters, E. C. Brown, Oct. 23-Mar. 31 at $1,440 
(quarters at $250 not included), M. Carey, April 1-Oct. 22 at $1,560, house 
allowance, May 17-Oct. 22 at $250 (quarters April 1-May 16 at $250 not 
included) (retired) ; bridge-motormen, E. C. Brown, April 1-Oct. 22 at $1,200 
(promoted), G. M. Delargie, April 11-Mar. 31 at $1,080, F. H. Duckett, $1,200, 

B. H. Hockridge, Oct. 23-Dec. 29 at $1,080, J. A. Morrison, $1,200; bridgemen, 

C. S. Duckett, April 11-Dec. 29 at $960, H. M. Eagle, April 11-Dec. 29 at $960, 
J. W. Fleetham, April 11-Dec. 29 at $960, H. Hanna, May 24-Dec. 26 at $840, 
B. H. Hockridge, April 1 1-Oct. 22 at $960 (promoted). E. J. Johnson, April 11- 
Dec. 29 at $960, G. H. Pratt, April 11-Dec. 29 at $960; sundry labour, $187.02.. 

Materials and Supplies: — Coal, $63.50; gasoline, etc., $66.95 sundry repairs and 
supplies, $131.54 

Electric Power:— Electric light, $232.55; power, $2,090 

Maintenance and Repairs: — Electric supplies" and repairs, $119.90; painting and 
decorating bridgemaster's house, $250; water, $20.25; sundry repairs and sup- 
plies, Canada Creosoting Co., Ltd., $2,044.86; sundry, $97.65 

Sundries: — Advertising, $4.50; telephone tolls, $2; sundries, $51.93 



Vote — Credit 312 — Kingston, LaSalle Causeway — Kingston, chaussee LaSalle 

Salaries and Wages:— Bridgemaster, T. N. Carrigan, 6 m. at $1,320, 6 m. at $1,380; 
lock and bridge motormen, H. C. Emlaw, 6 m. at $1,020, 6 m. at $1,050, J. Hyslop, 
$1,200, A. Potter, 6 m. at $990. 6 m. at $1,020; labourers, T. Boyne, May 10- 
Dec. 31 at $83.20 per m., G. Griswold, April 1-May 9 at $83.20 per m.; sundry 
labour, $132.80 5,471 60 

Materials and Supplies: — Coal, $70; electrical supplies and repairs, $20.61; gasoline, 

etc., $15.05: hardware, etc., $54.88; telephone tolls, $2.04; sundries, $16.73 179 31 

S3106-6^u 



[ 


10,571 31 


[ 


261 99 
2,322 55 




2,532 66 
58 43 


$ 


15,746 94 



Part U— 84 



PUBLIC WORKS — TRAVAUX PUBLICS 



CHIEF ENGINEER'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'INGENIEUR EN CREF-Suite 



MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF ROADS AND BRIDGES-(7cmC. 
ENTRETIEN ET SERVICE DES ROUTES ET PONTS-Fitt 



Vote — Credit 312 



Kingston, LaSalle Causeway-Cone. 
LaSalle-Fin 



Kingston, chaussee 



Electric Power and Lighting: — Light, $500.08; power, $1,252.10; supplies, $5.28 

Maintenance and Repairs: — 'Cartage, $6.50; cement, etc., $63.9 L; constructing lawn, 

$188.75; hardw?.re, etc., $81.96; labour, $104.10; rent of compressor, $61.50; 

sundry repairs and supplies, $614.56; less $193 paid by Martin Transport Ltd. 

re broken bridge gate 

Sundries: — Electrical supplies and repairs, $37.50; rent of P.O. drawer, $8 



1,757 46 



928 28 
45 50 



$ 8,382 15 



Vote — Credit 313 — Ottawa, bridges and approaches — Ottawa, ponts et abords 

Ottawa, bridges and approaches, sundry labour, $7,785; cement, Ontario Ready 
Mix Concrete Ltd., $1,798.54, sundry accounts, $108.99; road repairs at Union 
bridge, O'Leary's Ltd., $2,522.60; steel work for Chaudiere slide bridge, 
Dominion Bridge Co. Ltd., $4,195, less $1,440 paid in 1937-38; cartage, $37.40; 
express, etc., $20.51; hardware, etc., $304; Jaeger pump, etc., $235.85; lumber, 
$713.97; paint, etc., $678.48; sundries, $189.45 



17,149 79 



Vote — Credit 314 — Generally — Generalites 

Salaries: labourers, limited services: — Edmundston, N.B., E. D. Ouellet, $360; 

St. Leonard, N.B., O. E. Lapointe, $360 720 00 

Materials, supplies, repairs, improvements, etc.: — ■ 

Calumet-Bryson bridge, Que.: labour, $472.10; advertising, $81.01; cartage, 

$35.95; King's Printer, printing, $3.45; lumber, $540.15; sundries, $79.51 1,212 17 

Chapeau bridge, Que.: labour, $195.90; cartage, $8; sundries, $28.49 232 39 

Clair International bridge, N.B.: labour, $258.75; light, $252 510 75 

Des Joachims bridge. Que.: labour, $1,069.92; hardware, etc., $45.73; lumber, 

W. J. Buchanan, $1,214.87 2,330 52 

Edmonton Low Level bridge, Alta.: City of Edmonton, one-third of cost of 

maintenance and repairs 623 90 

Edmundston bridge, N.B.: labour, $257.60; cartage, $6; sundries, $35.22 298 82 

Great Bear River, Portage Road, N.W.T.: Eldorado Gold Mines Ltd., on account 

of maintenance of road 1,000 00 

Marpole railway bridge, B.C.: advertising 72 68 

Perley bridge, Ont.: labour, $209.15; electric supplies and repairs, $289.69; 

light, $1,230; paving materials, $136.75; sundries, $32.86 1,898 45 

Portage du Fort bridge. Que.: labour, $1,969.40; cartage. $30.41; hardware, etc., 

$346.77; lumber, G. M. French Lumber Co., $3,973.50; telephone tolls, $2; 

sundry repairs and supplies, Dominion Bridge Co., $845, sundry, $31.94 7,199 02 

St. Leonard International bridge, N.B.: labour, $63.95; asphalt paving, etc., 

$927.55; sundries, $12.77 1,004 27 

Shellmouth bridge, Man.: labour, $943.60; hardware, $36.69; lumber, $14.59; 

paint, etc., $272.70 1,267 58 

17,650 55 



18,370 55 



ROADS AND BRIDGES — ROUTES ET PONTS 



Vote — Credit 594 — Kingston-LaSalle Causeway — Improvements — Kingston, 
chaussee LaSalle — Ameliorations 

Contract for electrical equipment, Canadian Comstock Co., Ltd $ 6,915 00 



Pant U— 85 
DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE-Coh. — DETAIL DES DEPENSES-Smte 

CHIEF ENGINEER'S BRANCH - Con. — DIVISION DE L'INGENIEUR EN CHEF-S«fc« 

Under Statute — Statutaire — Subsidies to Dry Docks — Subventions 
aux cales seches 

Saint John Dry Dock: — Montreal Trust Co., for St. John Dry Dock and Ship- 
building Co.. subsidy. 1938, "A," 38th and 339th payments, $57,198.88, "B," 35th 
and 36th payments, $25,409.68, " C," 32nd and 33rd payments, $54,096.86, " D," 
31st and 32nd payments; $61,754.04, "E," 29th and 30th payments, $49,040.54 
(each series consisting of 70 half-yearly payments) 247,500 00 

Montreal Floating Dock: — Montreal Trust Co., for Canadian Vickers Ltd., subsidy, 

1938 (25 out of 35) 105,000 00 

Burrard Dry Dock (North Vancouver) : — Subsidy, 12 m. to April 1, 1939, "A," 
31st and 32nd payments, " B," 30th and 31st payments, " C," 28th and 29th 
payments, " D," 27th and 28th payments (each series consisting of 70 half- 
yearlv payments), Montreal Trust Co., for Burrard Dry Dock Co., $110,118.14, 
Receiver-General, deposit to sinking fund, $2,381.86 112,500 00 

Prince Rupert Floating Dock:- — Receiver-General for Grand Trunk Pacific Railway 

Co., subsidy, year to March 11, 1938 (20 out of 25) 76,970 88 

$ 541,970 88 



CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS — HARBOURS AND RIVERS 
CONSTRUCTION, REPARATIONS ET AMELIORATIONS,, PORTS ET RIVIERES 

Vote — Credit 315 — Nova Scotia — Nouvelle-Ecosse 

Little Anse, Breakwater Reconstruction: — Inspection, $464.15; construction, con- 
tract complete, Jos. C. Gaudet, $31,398; repairs to breakwater, labour, $1,115.55, 

supplies, etc., $287.93; sundries, $77.23 33,342 86 

Malagash, Wharf Improvements: — Inspection, $191.70; improvements, on account 

contract, Wm. Barney, $7,720; sundries, $77.47 7,989 17 

New Harbour, Breakwater Repairs:— Labour, $5,158.17; supplies, $3,464.38; 

sundries, $75.74 8,698 29 

Harbours and Rivers, Generally, maintenance of services, no new works to be 
undertaken: — - 

Advocate, wharf repairs: labour, $347.23; supplies, $901.91 1,249 14 

Anderson's Cove, breakwater repairs: labour, $2,020.62; supplies, $1,350.38 3,371 00 

Apple River, wharf repairs: labour, $820.25; supplies, $179.10 999 35 

Arisaig, construction of a stone talus, labour 501 05 

Bailey's Brook, repairs to piers: labour, $1,742.60; supplies, $1,697.63 3,440 23 

Baxter's Harbour, repairs to breakwater and roadway: labour, $660.54; supplies, 

$437.01 1,097 55 

Belliveau's Cove, breakwater repairs: labour, $1,560.10; supplies, $821.83 2,381 93 

Benecadie, breakwater repairs: labour, $402.95; supplies, $408.43 811 38 

Big Bras d'Or, repairs to wharf and road: labour, $302.20; supplies, $489.37... 791 57 

Big Harbour, wharf repairs: labour, $508.73; supplies, $378.65 887 38 

Black Point, wharf repairs: labour, $479.97; supplies, etc., $319.84 799 81 

Breen's Pond, breakwater repairs: labour, $1,113; supplies, $586.12 1,699 12 

Brooklyn, wharf repairs: labour, $391.78; supplies, $607.31 999 09 

Burke's Head (North Ingonish), retaining wall: labour, $1,712.70; supplies, 

$652.80 2,365 50 

Burlington, wharf repairs: labour, $404.58; supplies, $564.38 968 96 

Burying Island (Canso), breakwater repairs: labour, $799.48; supplies, $992.28. 1,791 76 

Caldwell's Cove, breakwater repairs: labour, $530.50; supplies, $378.35 908 85 

Castle Bay, bridge construction: labour, $915.12; supplies, $231.58 1,146 70 

Chapel Cove, breakwater repairs: labour, $1,337.10; supplies, $1,902.40 3,239 50 

Chegoggin Point, breakwater-wharf repairs: labour, $296.75; supplies, $307.08.. 603 83 

Cheverie, wharf repairs: labour, $1,650.35; supplies, etc., $1,847.27 3,497 62 

Chipman Brook, breakwater-wharf repairs: labour, $2,490.26; supplies, $1,994.29. 4,484 55 

Church Point, wharf repairs: labour, $431.90; supplies, $286.18 718 08 

Cook's Cove, wharf repairs: labour, $1,148.25; supplies, $666.45 1,814 70 

Cow Bay (Port Morien), wharf repairs: labour, $851.45; supplies, $929.35 1,780 80 

Cripple Creek, breakwater repairs: labour, $593.28; supplies, etc.. $330.43 923 71 

D'Escousse, repairs to wharf freight shed and roadway: labour, $823.35; 

supplies, $540.38 1,363 73 

Digby, repairs to pier: labour, $528.31; supplies, $336.06 864 37 

Dover, wharf repairs: labour, $581.40; supplies, $374.54 955 94 

Dover West, wharf repairs: labour, $1,499.12; supplies, $1,489.87 2,988 99» 



Part U— 86 

PUBLIC WORKS — TRAVAUX PUBLICS 

CHIEF ENGINEER'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'INGENIEUR EN CHEF-Suite 

CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS — HARBOURS AND RIVERS-C'OH. 
CONSTRUCTION, REPARATIONS ET AMELIORATIONS, PORTS ET RIVI&RES-S llite 

Vote — Credit 315 — Nova Scotia-Con. — Nouvelle-Ecosse-Suite 

Harbours and Rivers, Generally, maintenance of services, no new works to be 

undertaken-Cow. 

East River, repairs to locks: labour, $584.45; supplies, etc., $300.93 

Feltzen South, wharf repairs: labour, $1,218.85; supplies, etc., $1,619.31 

Fox Island (Lawrencetown), breakwater repairs: labour, $595.20; supplies, 

$394.37 

Friar's Head, improvements to roadway: labour, $1,575.01; supplies, etc., $424.92 

Glace Bay, breakwater repairs: labour, $480.04; supplies, $506.94 

Grand Etang, repairs to piers: labour, $539.70; supplies, $400.27 

Grand Narrows, wharf repairs: labour, $724.07; supplies, $585.42 

Grass Cove (Washabuck), wharf repairs: labour, $337.27; supplies, $362.69 

Grosses Coques, cribwork apron: labour, $616.03; supplies, $293.33 

Hall's Harbour, breakwater repairs: labour, $994.65; supplies, $804.43 

Hampton, breakwater repairs: labour, $1,085.45; supplies, $704.68 

Hantsport, warehouse: balance of purchase price 

Hantsport, wharf repairs: labour, $332.03; supplies, $661.50 

Harrington River, wharf repairs: labour, $1,655.17; supplies, etc., $1,144.82.... 

Hillside, grading road: labour, $923.25; supplies, $25.77 

Inverness, repairs to piers: labour, $1,026.30; supplies, $377.75 

Iona, wharf repairs: labour, $460.34; supplies, $688.35 

Joggins, wharf repairs: labour, $2,600.26; supplies, $992.48 

Kempt Head, wharf repairs: labour, $640.35; supplies, etc., $591.69 

Larry's River, breakwater repairs: labour, $3,532.20; supplies, etc., $1,954.05... 

Litchfield, breakwater repairs: labour, $1,177.25; supplies, etc., $811.93 

Little Bras d'Or, wharf repairs: labour, $446.77; supplies, $188.87 

Little Brook, breakwater repairs: labour, $305.55; supplies, $273.55 

Little Harbour, breakwater repairs: labour, $562.40; supplies, $324.05 

Little Judique Ponds, cribwork repairs: labour, $715.47; supplies, etc., $461.13. . 
Little Tancook Island, breakwater repairs: labour, $1,112.95; supplies, etc., 

$887.51 

Lloyd's Cove, breakwater repairs: labour, $309.50; supplies, $388.47 

Lower Kingsbury, breakwater repairs: labour, $434.45; supplies, $162.62 

Lower Sandy Point, breakwater repairs: labour, $530.71'; supplies, $241.85 

McKay's Point, breakwater repairs: labour, $2,510.85; supplies, $1,904.65 

Mabou Bridge, wharf repairs: labour, $682.90; supplies, $309.92 

Main-a-Dieu, wharf repairs: labour, $360; supplies, $335.07 

Maitland, wharf repairs: labour, $577.29; supplies, $422.08 

Malignant Cove, wharf repairs: labour, $536.40; supplies, $163.22 

Meteghan River, breakwater repairs: labour, $632.45; supplies, $307.18 

Minasville, breakwater repairs: labour, $943.55; supplies, $1,053.78 

Mosher's Bay (Upper Kingsburg), breakwater repairs: labour, $512.09; supplies, 

$247.27 

Noel, wharf and roadway repairs: labour, $1,463.10; supplies, etc., $1,036.85.... 

North Gut, wharf repairs: labour, $370.20; supplies, $180.81 

North Ingonish (McLeod's Cove), breakwater repairs: labour, $2,688.80; 

supplies, $1,809.21 

North River, wharf repairs: labour, $536.58; supplies, $443.03 

North Sydney, breakwater repairs: labour, $2,801.96; supplies, etc., $6,327.59.. 

North West Harbour, wharf repairs: labour, $196.80; supplies, $353 

Nyanza, wharf repairs: labour, $908.85; supplies, $593.51 

Ogden's Pond, breakwater repairs: labour, $305.60; supplies, $196.43 

Osborne, wharf repairs: labour, $1,255.10; supplies, $1,418.32 

Ottawa Brook, wharf repairs: labour, $347.08; supplies, $171.48 

Parrsboro, wharf repairs: — labour, $548.48; supplies, $235.15 

Peas Brook, breakwater repairs: labour, $1,621.80; supplies, $3,743.80 

Pembroke, breakwater repairs: labour, $809.87; supplies, $189.16 

Petit de Grat, wharf repairs: labour, $335.70; supplies, $363.95 

Pictou, repairs to railway wharves and sheds: labour, $1,498.60; supplies, 

$1,683.46 

Pictou Landing, wharf repairs: labour, $1,598.20; supplies, $3,496.25; less $35.20 

refunded by Transport Dept 

Piper's Cove, wharf repairs: labour, $967.85; supplies, $686.26 

Pleasant Bay, wharf and pier repairs: labour, $896.80; supplies, etc., $841.96... 
Port Beckerton, wharf repairs: labour, $287.70; supplies, $262.66 



885 


38 


2,838 


l(i 


989 


57 


1,999 


93 


986 


98 


939 


97 


1,309 


49 


699 


96 


909 


36 


1,799 


08 


1,790 


13 


1,130 00 


993 


53 


2,799 


99 


949 


02 


1,404 


05 


1,148 


69 


3,592 74 


1,232 04 


5,486 


25 


1,989 


18 


635 


64 


579 


10 


886 


45 


1,176 


60 


2,000 


46 


697 


97 


597 


07 


772 


56 


4,415 


50 


992 


82 


695 


07 


999 


37 


699 


62 


939 


63 


1,997 33 


759 36 


2,499 


95 


551 


01 


4,498 01 


979 


61 


9,129 


55 


549 


80 


1,502 


36 


502 


03 


2,673 42 


518 56 


783 63 


5,365 60 


999 


03 


699 65 


3,182 06 


5,059 


25 


1,654 


11 


1,738 


76 


550 36 



Pamt U— 87 
DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE-Con. — DETAIL DES DEPENSES-Smte 

CHIEF ENGINEER'S BRANCH-Con. — DIVISION DE L'INGENIEUR EN CHEF-Suite 

CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS — HARBOURS AND RIVERS-Con. 
CONSTRUCTION, REPARATIONS ET AMELIORATIONS, PORTS ET RIVIERES-$tti*e 

Vote — Credit 315 — Nova Scotia-Con. — Nouvelle-Ecosse-Suite 

Harbours and Rivers, Generally, maintenance of services, no new works to be 

undertaken-Con. 

Port Clyde, wharf repairs: labour, $287.20; supplies, $305.01 

Port Dufferin, breakwater repairs: labour, $474.30; supplies, $325.70 

Port Greville, wharf repairs, etc.: labour, $1,577.77; supplies, etc., $866.62 

Port Hawkesbury, wharf repairs: labour, $370.50; supplies, $329.59 

Port Latour, wharf repairs* labour, $1,894.10; supplies, $1,606.38 

Port Wade, wharf repairs: labour, $1,286.61; supplies, etc., $2,105.58 

Port Williams, repairs to wharf and vessel bed: labour, $1,831.04; supplies, 

etc., $2,169.83 

Pugwash, wharf repairs: labour, $194.70; supplies, etc., $803.85 

Round Hill, wharf repairs: labour, $350.80; supplies, $410.29 

St. Joseph du Moine, breakwater repairs: labour, $1,360.36; supplies, etc., 

$324.78 

Sand Point (Melford), wharf repairs: labour, $946.20; supplies, etc., $1,077.24.. 
Scatari Island (Northwest Cove), breakwater repairs: labour, $301.05; supplies, 

$318.78 

Seaforth, breakwater repairs: labour, $921.60; supplies, $81.07 

Seal Harbour, breakwater repairs: labour, $854.95; supplies, etc., $343.51 

Shad Bay, wharf repairs: labour, $1,256.65; supplies, etc., $743.23 

Shag Harbour, wharf repairs: labour, $827.80; supplies, etc., $657.04 

Sheet Harbour East, shed repairs: labour, $720.35; supplies, etc., $281.35 

Shenacadie, wharf repairs: labour, $787.20; supplies, $1,599.43 

Smiley's Point, breakwater repairs: labour, $2,594.52; supplies, $1,305.02 

Smiths Cove (Port Hood Is.), breakwater repairs: labour, $65.70; supplies, 

$549.64 

South Lake (Lakevale), breakwater repairs: labour, $706.75; supplies, $392.16.. 
South West Port Mouton, rebuilding breakwater: labour, $787.80; supplies, 

$406.18 

Spencer's Point, wharf repairs: labour, $540.90; supplies, $584.89 

Summerville, wharf repairs: labour, $321.58; supplies, $178.54 

Summerville Beach, construction of a skidway: labour, $561.56; supplies, $224.25. 

Sunnyside, wharf repairs: labour, $557.32; supplies, $378.31 

Sydney, wharf repairs: labour, $401.80; supplies, $143.55 

Tangier, wharf repairs: labour, $430.58; supplies, $218.87 

Tenecape, wharf repairs: labour, $962.87; supplies, $636.67 

Three Fathom Harbour, repairs to sea wall: labour, $891.60; supplies, $358.27.. 

Toney River, repairs to pier: labour, $1,338.50; supplies, $1,258.09 

Truro, creosoted timber stock: creosoted lumber, $2,408.04; inspection, $580.45; 

sundries, $19.93; less $2,408.04 for lumber transferred to other works 

Upper Whitehead, wharf repairs: labour, $348.05; supplies, $451.87 

Victoria Bridge, wharf repairs: labour, $376.20; supplies, $373.07 

Washabuck Centre, wharf repairs: labour, $1,324.63; supplies, $1,406.05 

Watt's Settlement, wharf repairs: labour, $1,814.32; supplies, $1,223.56 

Wedgeport, wharf repairs: labour, $302; supplies, $265.24 

West Baccaro, repairs to cribwork: labour, $569.95; supplies, $382.40 

West Bay, wharf repairs: labour, $378.50; supplies, $121.50 

Western Shore, wharf repairs: labour, $548.10; supplies, $891.23 

Westport, wharf repairs: labour, $431.60; supplies, $440.14 

Weymouth North, wharf repairs: labour, $310.32; supplies, $523.96 

Whycocomagh, wharf repairs: labour, $1,667.02; supplies, $2,605.30 

Windsor, dredging and wharf repairs: labour, $2,127.42; supplies, etc., $2,729.13; 

less $675 paid for damages caused by S.S. Barmbek 

Sundry repairs to wharves, upon which expenditure was less than $500: 

Antigonish Landing, $100.57; Arcadia, $120.36; Argyle Sound, $324.83; Auld's 

Cove, $131.46; Baddeck, $482.96; Bass River, $408.91; Bayfield, $299.91; 

Bayswater, $488.45; Broad Cove, $274.90; Canada Creek, $499.87; Caribou 

Harbour, $213.24; Chebogue Town Point, $249.51; Clam Bay, $243.44; Clarke's 

Harbour, Cape Sable Is'., $250.87; Dingwall, $214.21; Drumhead, $149.97; 

Eatonville, $499.82; Gabarus, $499.75; Gilbert's Cove, $317.30; Ingonish Beach, 

$499.05; Inverness Harbour, $242.12; Kelly's Cove, $275.07; Ledge Harbour, 

$449.90; Louisdale, $297.28; Lower Selma, $345.58; McKay's Point, $399.35; 

Murphy's Pond (Port Hood), $499.78; Parrsboro, $427.20; Phinney's Green, 



592 


21 


800 


00 


2,444 


39 


700 


0!) 


3,500 


48 


3,392 


10 


4,000 


87 


998 


55 


761 


00 


1,685 


14 


2,023 


44 


619 


83 


1.002 


67 


1,198 


46 


1,999 


88 


1,484 


84 


1,001 


70 


2,386 


63 


3,899 


54 


615 


34 


1,098 


91 


1,193 


08 


1,125 


70 


500 


12 


785 


81 


935 


63 


545 


35 


649 


45 


1,599 


54 


1,249 


87 


2,596 


59 


600 


38 


799 


02 


749 


27 


2,730 


08 


3,037 


88 


567 


24 


952 35 


500 


00 


1,439 


33 


871 


7 + 


834 


28 


4,272 


32 


4,181 


55 



Part U— 88 

PUBLIC WORKS — TRAVAUX PUBLICS 

CHIEF ENGINEER'S BRANCH-Con. — DIVISION DE L'INGENIEUR EN CHEF -Suite 

CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS — HARBOURS AND RIVERS-COW. 
CONSTRUCTION, REPARATIONS ET AMELIORATIONS, PORTS ET RIVIERES-#Ut*e 

Vote — Credit 315 — Nova Scotia-Cone. — Nouvelle-Ecosse-Fin 

Harbours and Rivers, Generally, maintenance of services, no new works to be 
undertaken-Cowc. 
Sundry repairs to wharves, upon which expenditure was less than $500-Conc. 
$480.15; Pictou Landing Breakwater, $498.54; Sandy Cove, $264.05; Sheet 
Harbour Passage, $249.91; Sheet Harbour West, $435.65; Spencer's Island, 
$298.71; Surette's Island, $241.11; Tatamagouche, $200.30; Tiverton, $152.10; 
Tommy's Beach, $136.95; Walton, $389.23; White Cove, $299.77; Young's 

Cove, $452.10; sundry works less than $100, $926.59 14,230 82 

230,757 13 



$ 280,787 45 



Vote — Credit 316 — Prince Edward Island — lie du Prince-Edouard 

Summerside, improvements to wharf: — North Shore Construction Co. Ltd., 

$26,794.16 less $23,753.52 paid in 1937-38 3,040 64 

Harbours and Rivers Generally, maintenance of services, no new works to be 

undertaken: — 

Basin Head, wharf repairs: labour, $735.15; supplies, $365.22 1,100 37 

Brae, wharf repairs: labour, $626.10; supplies, $775.15 1,401 25 

Cape Traverse, wharf repairs: labour, $1,739.25; supplies, $1,499.40 3,238 65 

Charlottetown, repairs to plant: labour, $371.96, supplies, etc., $1,184.72; repairs 

to wharf and shed: labour, $305.63, supplies, $282.63 2,144 94 

Georgetown, railway wharf repairs: labour, $1,792.28; supplies, etc., $3,699.10 5,491 38 

Graham's Pond, railway wharf repairs: labour, $3,040.63; supplies, etc., $2,634.35. 5,674 98 

Grand River North, wharf repairs: labour, $1,294.95; supplies, $1,019.99 2,314 94 

Hickey's, wharf repairs: labour, $388.60; supplies, $352 740 60 

Higgins Shore Wharf, wharf repairs: labour, $1,306.05; supplies, etc., $1,388.90. . . 2,694 95 

Jude's Point, wharf repairs: labour, $793.10; supplies, $972.93 1,766 03 

Little Sands, breakwater repairs: labour, $951; supplies, $866.01 1,81 7 01 

Miminegash, breakwater repairs: labour, $1,562.74; supplies, etc., $1,750.04 3,312 78 

Montague, wharf repairs: labour, $171.60; supplies, $514.45 686 05 

Naufrage Harbour, wharf repairs: labour, $1,611; supplies, etc., $1.990.85 3,601 85 

New London, breakwater repairs: labour, $786.48; supplies, etc., $710.90 1,497 38 

North Cardigan, wharf repairs: labour, $740.25; supplies, $640.31 1,380 56 

North Lake, wharf repairs: labour, $784.60; supplies, $1.416.21 2,200 81 

Poplar Point, wharf repairs: labour, $775.35; supplies, $712.47 1,487 82 

Rocky Point, wharf repairs: labour, $746.40; supplies, $1,026.22 1,772 62 

Rustico, breakwater repairs: labour, $1,798.80; supplies, repairs, etc.. $3,419.74... 5,218 54 

St. Mary's Bay, wharf repairs: labour, $993.37; supplies, etc., $1,252.42 2,245 79 

Souris, wharf platform: labour, $700.10; supplies, $1,310.79 2,010 89 

Summerside, repairs to railway wharf: labour, $1,959.75; supplies, repairs, etc., 

$2,317.80 4,277' 55 

Tignish, breakwater repairs: labour, $1,303.20; supplies, etc., $1,557.97 2,861 17 

West Point, wharf repairs: labour, $438.42; supplies, etc., $247.02 685 44 

Sundry repairs to wharves upon which expenditure was less than $500: Bay 

Fortune, $196.13; Egmont Bay, $151.83; Murray River, $170; South River, 

$127.50; Sturgeon, $145.20; minor works, $234.84 1,025 50 

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$ 65,690 49 



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Caissie's Cape, breakwater repairs and improvements: — Advertising, $94.60; labour, 

$683.74; supplies, $1,354.89; sundries, $41.84 2,175 07 

Escuminac, breakwater improvements: — On account contract work, Diamond 
Construction Co., Ltd., $26,740; advertising, $177.57; inspection, $265.21; sundries, 
$159.75 27,342 53 

Grande Anse, dredging: — Contract work, Maritime Dredging & Supply Co., 

$13,626.21, less $5,196.60, paid in 1937-38; inspection, $418.85 8,848 46 



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Wilson's Beach, breakwater wharf extension: — Advertising, $133.28; inspection and 

creosoting of timber, $175.81 ; printing, $2.42 311 51 

Harbours and Rivers Generally, maintenance of services, no new works to be 
undertaken: — 

Back Bay, wharf improvements: --Labour, $1,199.90; supplies. $2,715.10; towing, 
etc., $111.90 

Baie du Vin, wharf repairs: — Labour, $1,976; supplies, $1,777.76; sundries, $46.75 

Beaver Harbour, wharf repairs: — Labour, $761.70; supplies, $1,769.77; sundries, 
$26.75 

Cape Bald, wharf repairs:— Labour, $598.60; supplies. $399.58; sundries, $17.67.. 

Chatham, wharf repairs:— Labour, $341.10; supplies, $302.91 

Cocagne Bridge, wharf repairs: — Labour, $140; supplies, $458.16; sundries, $5.05. 

Cocagne Island, wharf repairs: — Labour, $182; supplies, $312.65; sundries, $15.80 

Dalhousie, wharf repairs:— Labour, $2,030.10; supplies, $2,210.32; sundries, $31.75 

Dorchester, wharf repairs: — Labour, $1,677.15: supplies, $1,210.40; sundries, 
$12.08 

Earle's, wharf repairs: — Labour, $707.30; supplies, $240.64; sundries, $4.20 

Fairhaven, pontoons: — Labour, $231.15; supplies, $383.45; sundries, $4.49 

Hardwicke (Mills Point), wharf repairs:— Labour, $1,658.58; eupplies, $2,843.40; 
sundries, $603.21 

Harshman's Brook, wharf repairs: — Labour, $329.34; supplies, $276.60; sundries, 
$82.06 

Ingall's Head, pontoon repairs: — Labour, $324.09; supplies, $1,260.33; sundries, 
$23.50 

Long Point, wharf repairs: — Labour, $490.43; supplies, etc., $154.07 

Moncton, wharf repairs: — Labour, $501.32; eupplies, $970.17 

Neguac, wharf repairs: — Labour, $461.60; supplies, $360.88 

Oak Point, wharf repairs: — Labour, $1,556.48; supplies, $2,446.47; sundries, 
$834.49 

Point Wolfe, wharf repairs:— Labour, $561.12; supplies, $348.87; sundries, $90... 

Port Elgin, wharf repairs:— Labour, $476.22; supplies, $919.09; sundries, $52.29.. 

St. Andrew's, wharf repairs: — Labour, $530.03; eupplies, $250; sundries, $34.55.. 

St. Martin's, breakwater repairs: — Labour, $1,298.61; supplies, $1,146.82; sundries, 
$97.20 7 

Savoy Landing, wharf repairs: — Labour, $727.10; supplies, $1,265.59; sundries, 
$17.41 

Woodward's Cove, breakwater repairs: — Labour, $1,100.40; supplies, $1,700.03; 
sundries, $338.44 

Harbour works where expenditure was lees than $500: — Bayside (Sandy Point), 
$498.09; Caraquet, $219.03; Carter's Point, $211.92; Chance Harbour, $399.74; 
Chocolate Cove, $118.13; Foxes, $131.54; Great Salmon River, $353.63; Harvey 
Bank, $149.20; Humphrey's, $422.48; Inkerman, $199.58; Kouchibouguac (Point 
Edward), $198.86; Leonardville, $145.37; L'Etete, $339.19; Little Black River, 
$153.68; Little Lameque, $100; Little Shippigan, $441.72; Loggieville, $150.06; 
Mud Cove, $142.77; Newcastle, $163.40; Point Sapin. $487.20; Rexton, $104.60; 
Richibucto, $387.82; St. George, $148.68; St. Stephen, $133.65; Sand Point, 
$104.40; Shediac, $201.10; Shippigan, $222.35; Stonehaven, $199.85; Stuarttown, 
$103.11; Tracadie, $294.85; Village Bay, $197.29; Waterboro, $271.86; Welch- 
pool, $243.42; White's Cove, $400.07; Wickham, $174.13; minor works, 21, 
$844.05 9,056 82 

General: — Motor cars, 2, less allowance on 2 used cars 1,231 48 

58,821 27 



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$ 96,998 84 



Vote — Credit 318 — Quebec — Quebec 

Cacouna, wharf repairs: — Labour, $7,925.33; materials, etc., A. Beaulieu, $1,524.41, 

J. A. D'Amours, $1,722.76, L. Dube, $1,301.03, accounts under $1,000, $493.40 12,966 93 

Cape Cove (Anse du Cap), wharf reconstruction: — Printing, $120.64; advertising, 
$154.27 274 91 

Grande Baie (St. Alexis), wharf reconstruction: — Contract work, J. A. D'Amours, 
$24,255.18; inspection, $435; sundries, $114.46 24,804 64 



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Manicouagan, wharf improvements, one-third of cost to be contributed by Ontario 
Paper Co. Ltd.:— Labour, $74.19; materials, etc., $225.63; printing, $102.80; 

advertising, $169.30 571 92 

Riviere au Tonnerre, harbour improvements: — Inspection, $217.50; labour, $2,100.98; 

materials, etc., $5,069.13 7,387 61 

Riviere Laguerre, contribution towards improvements, Provincial Government to 
bear a like amount: — Contract work, Corporation of County of Huntingdon, 

$7,584.56; inspection, $460; labour, $748.76; sundries, $627.54 9,420 86 

Harbours and Rivers, Generally, maintenance of services, no new works to be 

undertaken: — 

Baie St. Paul, wharf repairs: labour, $837.95; materials, etc., $1,679.89 2,517 84 

Beloeil, maintaining booms: labour, $383.19; materials, etc., $494.77 877 96 

Berthier, en bas, wharf repairs: labour, $2,654.42; materials, etc., $3,000.10 5,654 52 

Boischatel, wharf repairs 631 44 

Cabano, wharf repairs: labour, $1,223.30; materials, etc., $1,246.93 2,470 23 

Cap a l'Aigle, wharf repairs: labour. $805.50; materials, etc., $399.36 1,204 86 

Cap Chat, wharf repairs: labour, $458.40; materials, etc., $552.87 1,011 27 

Champlain, repairs to shed: labour, $59; materials, etc., $29.40; damage to trees, 

etc., E. Duckett $600, (P.C. 66/1361) . . . . . 688 40 

Clarke City, wharf repairs: labour, $150; removing old shed and building 

new shed, $450; contract work, G. Lajoie and E. Rochette, $15,808.95 16,408 95 

Deschaillons, wharf repairs: labour, $412.03; materials, etc., $435.83 847 86 

Desjardins, wharf repairs: labour, $870; materials, etc., $674.81 1,544 81 

Douglastown, wharf repairs: labour, $459.20; materials, etc., $817.85 1,277 05 

Dune du Sud, M.I., repairs to wharf approach 653 02 

East Bolton, wharf repairs: labour, $1,115.60; materials, etc., $295.05 1,410 65 

Fort William, wharf repairs: labour, $409; materials, etc., $734.29 1,143 29 

Grand Ruisseau, wharf extension, etc.: labour, $726.15; materials, etc., $1,272.54.. 1,998 69 
Havre St. Pierre, wharf repairs: inspection, $125; labour, $1,856.80; materials, 

etc., $1,485.70 3,467 50 

Hull, wharf repairs, $687.09; Iberville, wharf repairs, $693.68 1,380 77 

He aux Grues, wharf repairs 501 27 

Isle Verte, wharf repairs: labour, $859; materials, etc., $592.53 1,451 53 

Jersey Cove, repairs to slipway 664 65 

La Malbaie (St. Etienne), wharf repairs: labour, $1,728.99; materials, etc., A. 

Maltais, $1,240.76, accounts under $1,000, $1,250.80 4,220 55 

L'Anse a Millerand, M.I., repairs to slip 994 22 

L'Anse au Beaufils, repairs to waling and sheathing: labour, $908.53; materials, 

etc., $1,100.99 2,009 52 

L'Anse St. Jean, wharf repairs: labour, $275.20; materials, etc., $382.98; legal 

services, $50.90; land purchased, $50 759 08 

L'Islet, wharf repairs 925 33 

Levis, wharf repairs: labour, $731.53; materials, etc., $889.07 1,620 60 

Long Cove, reconstruction of descent to beach, etc.: labour, $1,716.99; materials, 

etc., $1.191.99 2,908 98 

Maria, wharf repairs 504 52 

Marsouins, wharf repairs: labour, $1,255.95; materials, etc., $1,269.56 2,525 51 

Matane, wharf repairs: labour, $665.94; materials, etc., Daigle and Paul, Ltd., 

$3,415.18, accounts under $1,000, $684.76 4,765 88 

Mechins, wharf repairs: labour, $2,830.85; materials, etc., Crousette and Trem- 

blay, $3,729.35, Daigle and Paul Ltd., $1,013.38, accounts under $1,000, $2,766.08 10,339 66 
Mont Louis, wharf repairs: labour, $1,441.62; materials, etc., J. Richardson Co. 

Ltd., $1,689.21, accounts under $1,000, $1,701.46 4,832 29 

Montmagny, wharf repairs: labour, $4,688.78; materials, etc., W. Leblanc, 

$1,710.13, J. L. Taschereau, $1,041.77, accounts under $1,000, $1,192.19 8,632 87 

Natashquan, wharf repairs: labour, $566; materials, etc., $508.71 1,074 71 

New Carlisle Ouest, cribwork construction 692 79 

Notre Dame du Lac, wharf repairs 717 84 

Petit Cap, improvement to slip: labours, $789.90; materials, etc., $293.75 1,083 65 

Petite Riviere au Renard, repairs to harbour, etc.: labour, $1,063.90; materials, 

etc., $1,459.07 2,522 97 

Petite Riviere Est, cribwork construction: labour, $601.02; materials, etc., $669.49 1,270 51 

Petite Vallee, wharf repairs: labour, $432; materials, etc., $1,048.20 1,480 20 

Piopolis (Woburn), wharf repairs, etc.: labour, $2,575.35; materials, etc., $1,151.54 3,726 89 

Point au Loup, wharf repairs: labour, $862.28; materials, etc., $693.97 1,556 25 



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[Harbours and Rivers, Generally, maintenance of services, no new works to be 

undertaken-Cow. 
Pointe au Pere, wharf repairs and lighting: labour, $501.37; materials, etc., 

$1,233.28; lighting, April 1-Dec. 13, 1938, $857.60 2,592 25 

Pointe au Pic, wharf repairs: labour, $1,770.22; materials, etc., $1,005.35; less 

$198.43 paid by Clarke Steamship Co. for damage to wharf 2,577 14 

Port Daniel Est, reconstruction of freight shed, etc.: labour, $2,242.80; materials, 

etc.. $427.69 2,670 49 

Rimouski, wharf repairs and lighting: labour, $2,513.47; materials, etc., $2,653.31; 

lighting, April 1-Dec. 23, 1938, $1,153.44 6,320 22 

River St. Maurice, spar buoy and booms: labour, $370; materials, etc., $716.04. 1,086 04 

Riviere au Renard, wharf repairs, etc.: labour, $1,457.60; materials, etc., 

J. Ouellette, $1,472.69, accounts under $1,000, $1,169.57 4,099 86 

Riviere du Loup, wharf repairs: labour, $2,873.70; materials, etc., J. A. 

D'Amours, $3,869.74, accounts under $1,000, $589.14 7,332 58 

Riviere Nouvelle, repairs to jetty: labour, $452; materials, etc., $516.66 968 66 

St. Andre de Kamouraska, wharf repairs: labour, $1,782.86; materials, etc., 

$1,690.25 3,473 11 

Ste. Anne de Beaupre, wharf repairs: labour, $560.65; materials, etc., $801.89... 1,362 54 

Ste. Anne de la Pocatiere, wharf repairs: labour, $1,942.53; materials, etc., 

E. Belanger, $1,832.38, accounts under $1,000, $2,219.68 5,994 59 

Ste. Anne de Sorel, reconstruction of two concrete walls: labour, $916.81; 

materials, etc., $450.29 1,367 10 

Ste. Anne des Monts, rebuilding section of wharf: labour, $2,153.60; materials, 

etc., D. Bouchard, Ltd., $2,088.45, accounts under $1,000, $1,218.39; King's 

Printer, printing, $88.54; advertising, $214.16 5,763 14 

St. Antoine de Tilly, protection wall 914 03 

St. Basil de Tableau, wharf repairs 543 90 

St. Charles de Caplan, wharf repairs: labour, $319.78; materials, etc., $778.72.. 1,098 50 

St. Coeur de Marie, wharf repairs 880 59 

St. Fabien, wharf repairs: labour, $408.40; materials, etc., $1,135.06 1,543 46 

St. Francois Nord, wharf repairs: labour, $654.68; materials, etc., Carriere 

Gravel Ltd., $2,883.91; accounts under $1,000, $54.43 3,593 02 

St. Francois Sud, wharf repairs: labour, $2,017.52; materials, etc., Carriere 

Gravel Ltd., $1,525.46, accounts under $1,000, $1,462.35 5,005 33 

St. Jean (Port Joli) , wharf repairs 698 33 

St. Joachim de Tourelle. repairs to approach, etc 997 92 

St. Juste du Lac, wharf repairs, etc 584 92 

St. Marc, repairs to wharf, etc 690 43 

St. Maurice de l'Echourie, repairs to wharf, etc 500 71 

St. Michel de Bellechasse, wharf repairs: labour, $1,620.11; materials, etc., 

Daigle and Paul, Ltd., $1,473.61, accounts under $1,000, $834.52 3,928 24 

St. Monique de Honfleur, wharf repairs 591 74 

St. Ours, completion of wharf 571 92 

St. Roch de Richelieu, rebuilding ice breakers: labour, $1,469.80; materials, etc., 

$1,315.11 2,784 91 

St. Simeon Centre, repairs to jetty 501 01 

St. Simon, wharf repairs 799 50 

Sabrevois, wharf repairs 791 52 

Sacre Coeur, wharf repairs: labour, $3,966.78; materials, etc., A. Chevalier, 

$1,413.37, A. Dorval, $1,060.68, accounts under $1,000, $952.45; less $243.43 

allowance for timber used at Tadoussac 7,149 85 

Sorel, repairs to wharf, etc.: labour, $140.70; services of diver, equipment, etc., 

$630; materials, etc., $1,591.04 2,361 74 

Squatteck, wharf repairs: labour, $856.80; materials, etc., $330.70 1,187 50 

Stratford Centre, wharf repairs 749 48 

Tadoussac, wharf repairs: labour, $3,292.71; materials, etc., A. Dorval, $1,065.03; 

accounts under $1,000, $1,470.40; less $10 paid for damage to shed 5,818 14 

Harbours, etc., at each of which expenditure was less than $500: Amos, $134.14; 

Bagotville, $291.96; Baie Ste. Catharine, $165.80; Bersimis, $120; Bonaventure, 

Est., $141.25; Cap aux Meules, $144.84; Cap St. Ignace, $398.83; Chandler, 

$309.84; Chateau Richer, $324.62; Choisy, $272.50; Cross Point, $196.10; 

D'Aiguillon. $171.34; Fauvel, $306; Fort Coulonge, $421.14; Garthby, $460.39; 

Gascons, $189.52; Gascons Ouest, $250.05; Grondines, $387.40; Gros Cap, M.I., 

$192.11; He aux Coudres, $430.10; Les Escoumains, $498.71; Maria Capes, 

$298.20; Metabetchouan, $360.98; Montebello, $139.55; Norway Bay, $296.36; 



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Harbours and Rivers, Generally, maintenance of services, no new works to be 
undertaken-Cowc. 

Harbours, etc., at each of which expenditure was less than $500-Conc. 

Notre Dame des Sept Douleurs, $105.90; Point Ahead, M.I., $245.55; Pointe 
aux Outardes, $400.75; Pointe Claire, $489.37; Riviere au Rats, $303.47; 
Riviere au Gaplan, $151.42; Riviere Ouelle, $130.59; Roberval, $219.78; 
Rouyn, $218.60; Ruisseau a la Loutre, $498.20; Ste. Adelaide de Pabos, 
$200.07; St. Charles Borromee, $340; St. Eloi, $188.47; Ste. Felicite, $188.95; 
Ste. Flavie, $162.30; St. Jean d'Orleans, $437.89; St. Paul, Isle aux Noix, 
$215.63; St. Pierre les Becquets, $222.80; St. Prime, $349.45; St. Roch de 
Mekinac, $313.86; St. Simeon, $219.65; Sept Isles, $356.60; Shigawake, $400.37; 
Taillon, $221.28; 30 minor works, $1,468.54 14,951 22 

Generally: removal expenses: B. Grandmont, Three Rivers to Rimouski, $166.50; 
N. Latraverse, Montreal to Quebec, $317.40; P. Marion, Montreal to 

Rimouski, $300.90 784 80 

212,601 81 



$ 268,028 68 



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Cobourg, maintenance, dredging: — Contract work, Canadian Dredge & Dock Co. 

Ltd., $12,514.70; inspection, $307.10; sundries, $190.58 13,012 38 

Owen Sound, harbour repairs and improvements: — Contract work, harbour wall 
reconstruction, Wm. Bermingham, $25,938.18; dredging, McLean Dredging & 
Construction Co., $23,296.90; inspection, $1,162.87; sundry repairs, $2,301.88; 

sundries, $250.53 52,950 36 

Port Arthur, harbour improvements: — Contract work, dredging, Canadian Dredge 
& Dock Co. Ltd., $8,548.76; National Dock & Dredging Corp. Ltd., contract 
complete, $53,134.42, claim for removal of wreckage, $3,537.69; less $23,999.76 
paid in 1937-38, U— 76 and less $1,156.91 charged to Vote 601, U— 109 (Fort 
William, $512.75, Port Arthur, $644.16), total, $31,515.44; labour, $3,824.28; 

materials, $1,360.79; rental of equipment, $427.34; sundries, $201.10 45,877 71 

Rondeau, reconstruction of East pier: — Contract work, Detroit River Construction 

Ltd., $25,989.80; inspection, $567.55; sundries, $181.66 26,739 01 

Sarnia, reconstruction of harbour works: — Contract work, Henry & Ross, $21,728.96; 
driving piles, $400; inspection, $445.25; labour, $430.80; materials, $1,479.87; 

sundries, $108.86 24,593 74 

Toronto, maintenance of eastern channel: — Contract work, National Sand & 

Material Co. Ltd., $14,100.41; inspection, $266; repairs, $243.28; sundries, $127.35 14,737 04 
Harbours and Rivers Generally, maintenance of services, no new works to be 

undertaken: — 
Barriefield, repairs to wharf :— Labour, $2,829.05; materials, $2,487.58; rental 

of equipment, $1,270.10 6,586 73 

Beaumaris, repairs to wharf: — Labour, $1,525; materials, $1,668.29; purchase of 

water lot, Provincial Government, $100; survey, $40 3,333 29 

Belle River, reconstruction of wall:— Labour, $1,758.85; materials, $2,776.05; 

rental of equipment, $342.34 4,877 24 

Big Bay, reconstruction of dock: — Labour, $929.25; structural steel, Wm. 

Kennedy, $1,965.55; sundry materials, $1,243.34; sundries, $50.16 4,188 30 

Blind River, repairs and improvements: — Labour, $267.20; materials, $320.14... 587 34 

Bracebridge, breakwater filling and dock repairs: — Labour, $1,799.50; materials, 

etc., $517.32 2,316 82 

Bradford, repairs to dock:— Labour, $204.30; materials, $661.24 865 54 

Bronte, cleaning up beach:— Labour, $242.85; materials, $346.01 588 86 

Bruce Mines, repairs to wharf: — Labour, $351.62; materials, $295.38 647 00 

Cobourg, repairs to pier and esplanade: — Labour, $579.20; materials, etc., $1,129.27 1,708 47 

Cockburn Island, breakwater wharf reconstruction: — Contract work, L. R. Brown 

& Co. Ltd., $5,477.68; inspection, $237.50; sundries, $137.48 5,852 66 

Coldwater, cutting ice and repairing dock: — Labour, $311.19; materials, $462.60. 773 79 

Dorset, repairs to dock:— Labour, $1,164.30; materials, $100.13 1,264 43 

Dyer's Bay, reconstruction of wharf :— Labour, $2,220.10; materials, etc. ,$2,110.82 4,330 92 
Erieau, repairs to West pier: — Contract work, Sterling Construction Co., $1,110; 

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Harbours and Rivers, Generally, maintenance of services, no new works to be 
undertaken-Conc. 

Goderich, repairs to wharf :— Labour, $1,297; materials, etc., $1,203.97 2,500 97 

Grand Bend, repairs to North pier: — Contract work, Chatham Dredging & 

General Contracting Co. Ltd., $1,073.41; sundry repairs, $2,023.76 3,097 17 

Gravenhurst, repairs to dock:— Labour, $1,056.81; materials, $1,089.57 2,146 38 

Hurkett. training wall: — Labour, $1,614.53; materials, $187.42; living expenses, 

A. G. Mauro, $81.25; travelling expenses, $20.94; sundries, $25 1,929 14 

Kenora, repairs to wharf: — Labour, $746.40; materials, etc., $961.68 1,708 08 

Kingston Dry Dock: — New boilers, balance on contract, E. Leonard & Sons Ltd., 

$2,529; repairs to fence and decking, $1,532.79 4,061 79 

Kingston, R.M.C.. dock repairs:— Labour, $1,353.72; materials, $921.62; rental of 

equipment, $132; cartage, $45.47 2,452 81 

MacDiarmid, breakwater repairs: — Labour, $871.15; sundries, $117.82 988 97 

Manitowaning. repairs to wharf: — Labour, $2,075.99; lumber, H. Bassingthwaite, 

$2,096.29; sundry materials, $971.50; sundries, $52.62 5,196 40 

Midland, painting twin shelters:— Labour, $628.58; materials, $187.30 815 88 

Minaki, reconstruction of cribs:— Labour, $1,212.99; materials, $1,159.39 2,372 38 

New Liskeard, breakwater:— Labour, $546.58; materials, $146.19 692 77 

Owen Sound, construction of sewer: — Labour, $390.80; materials, etc., $630.63 1,021 43 

Pointe au Baril, dock reconstruction: — Labour, $3,774.07; lumber, John B. Smith 
& Sons, Ltd.. $2,934.40; sundry materials. $672.88; legal services, H. E. Stone, 

$45.61 ; sundries, $129.69 7,556 65 

Port Bruce, repairing West pier:— Labour, $962.72; materials. $1,661.46 2,624 18 

Port Colborne, repairs to eastern breakwater: — Labour, $338.90; materials, 

$317.22; rental of equipment, $115.50 771 62 

Port Elgin, reconstruction of wharf :— Labour, $1,414.55; materials, $1,054.67; 

sundries, $42 2,511 22 

Portsmouth, surfacing dock: — Labour, $133.70; materials, $467 600 70 

Sault-Ste-Marie, repairs to public wharf: — Labour, $487.20; materials, etc., 

$567.56 1,054 76 

Severn Bridge, repairs to wharf: — Labour. $429.63; materials, $492.58; purchase 

of water lot, Provincial Government, $100; survey, $40 1,062 21 

South Lancaster, repairs to wharf :— Labour, $235.58; materials, etc., $305.31... 540 89 

Thessalon, roof over cattle yard:— Labour, $261.70; materials. $337.24 598 94 

Tobermorv, landing stage: — Labour, $552.70; materials, $503.12; rental of 

equipment, $60 1,115 82 

Toronto, repairs to waling and tunnel to Eastern Gap: — Labour, $1,792.90; 

sundry materials, $1,618.42 3,411 32 

Wallaceburg, improvements and repairs 549 27 

Ward's Island, filling:— National Sand & Material Co. Ltd 2,100 00 

Wiarton, repairs to wharf :— Labour, $902.60; materials, $165.28 1.067 88 

Windsor, rental of buildings and docks:- — Canadian National Railways 1,770 00 

Harbours where expenditure was less than $500: — Allandale, $198,336; Aultsville, 
$392.62; Boland Lake, $136.58; Burks Falls, $315.45; Burlington, $400; Colpoy's 
Bay, $499.57; Connaught, $477.30; Dryden, $250; Haileybury, $210.26; Hamilton, 
$499.68; Huntsville, $347.60; Kingsville, $265.84; Lefaivre, $375.13; Little 
Current, $200.80; Morinus, $492.55; Morpeth, $399.96; North Bay, $499.58; 
Parry Sound, $280.71; Pembroke (Albert St. Crossing), $290.68; Port Burwell, 
$386.51; Port Maitland, $146.89; Port Stanton, $417.79; Port Sydney, $146.80; 
Remi Lake, $100; Rockland, $417.60; Saugeen River. $307.17; Sault Ste-Marie, 
$499.49; Spanish, $148.17; Sparrow Lake. $171.60; Wendover, $100.88; Whitby 

Harbour, $270.80; 29 minor works, $1.116.38 10,762 75 

Engineers' Offices: — 

Fort William and Port Arthur: purchase of car, $477.60; instruments, $35.95. 513 55 

Toronto: — Purchase of car 651 30 

Removal expenses: — J. P. Carriere. Rimouski. P.Q., to London, $519.28; D. H. 

McDonald, Halifax, N.Si, to London, $400.80 920 08 

108,623 n 



$ 286,533 41 



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CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS — HARBOURS AND RIVERS-Con. 
CONSTRUCTION,, REPARATIONS ET AMELIORATIONS, PORTS ET RTVI&RES- Suite 

Vote — Credit 320 — Manitoba 

Red River, repairs to breakwater: — Contract work, Nelson River Const. Co., on 

account, $23,470; inspection, $735; sundries, $199.49 24,404 49 

Harbours and Rivers Generally, maintenance of services: — 

Arnes wharf: labour, $1,312.45; materials, etc., $1,039.64 * 2,352 09 

Dauphin River, dock repairs: labour, $311; material, $96.86 407 86 

Gimli, wharf repairs, $10.15; Gull Harbour, repairs, $14 24 15 

Hnausa, wharf repairs, $122; Steep Rock, ground rental, $1 123 00 

Lac du Bonnet, repairs, $364.83; Selkirk, wharf repairs, $197.68 562 51 

Morton's Landing, wharf: labour, $820.60; materials, $864.12; sundries, $314.39. . . 1,999 11 

Victoria Beach, repairs, $595.47; Wanipigow River, improvements, $1,001.01.... 1,596 48 

7,065 20 



$ 31,469 69 



Vote — Credit 321 — Saskatchewan, Alberta and North West Territories — 
Saskatchewan, Alberta et Territoires du Nord-Ouest 

Harbours and Rivers Generally, Maintenance of services, no new works to be 

undertaken: — 
Canoe River, Sask., Construction of dam: — Labour, $755.42; material, etc., 

$589.49 1.344 91 

Fort McMurray, Alta., Renewing of freight wharves: — Labour, $683.10; sundries, 

$1,148.74 1.831 84 

Fort Smith, N.W.T., Purchase of hoist from W. C. Wells 1,500 00 

Lac LaBiche, Alta., Repairs to breakwater and wharf: — Labour, $1,796.40: 

materials, etc., $1,360.47 3,156 87 

Montreal River, Sask., Clearing channel: — Labour, $2,202.60; materials, etc., 

$1,052.06 3,254 66 

Shed River, Sask., Construction of small dam: — Labour, $708; materials, etc.. 

$499.58 1.207 58 

Sucker River, Sask., Improvements:— Labour, $750.50; materials. $49.50 800 00 

$ 13.095 86 



Vote — Credit 322 — British Columbia — Colombie-Britannique 

Campbell River. Wharf repairs: — Contract work. Vancouver Piledriving & Const. 

Co., $7,571.86, inspection, $215.97; sundries, $168.49 7.956 32 

Fraser River, Contribution toward protection work at Rosedale (Provincial 

Government and Municipality of Chilliwack each to contribute a like amount) . . . 3,877 80 

Port Clements, Wharf repairs: — Contract work, A. Robertson, $8,113.30; inspection. 

$236.13; sundries. $107.59 8.457 02 

Quathiaski Cove, Wharf extension and repairs: — Contract work, R. Bumstead. 

$4,692.54; inspection, $99.68; sundries, $15.18 4.807 40 

Queen Charlotte City, Wharf repairs: — Contract work, Victoria Piledriving Co.. 

$6,611.18; inspection, $145.17; sundries, $89.56 6.845 91 

Shoal Bay, Wharf repairs and extension: — -Contract work. Stewart Const. Co. & R. 

Bumstead, $7,269.99; inspection, $143.55; sundries, $112.80 7,526 34 

Harbours and Rivers Generally, Maintenance of services, no new works to be 
undertaken: — 

Alice Arm, float: labour. $890.95; materials, etc., $359.75 1.250 70 

Cape Mudge, slipway: labour, $816.95; materials, $176.97 993 92 

Chemainus, wharf: labour, $496.76; materials, etc., $39.36 536 12 

Coal Harbour: inspection, $8.69; labour, $1,269.25; materials, $1,955.64; sundries, 

$422 3.655 58 

Cowans Cove, float: labour, $288.60; materials, etc., $486.22 774 82 

Dease River, improvements: labour, $667; materials, $333 1,000 00 

Douglas Channel: labour, $526.80; materials, $15.50 542 30 

Endako River, improvements: labour, $940.73; materials, $62.55 1.003 28 

Esquimalt Dry Dock: test piles 869 10 



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CHIEF ENGINEER'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'INGENIEUR EN CHEF-Suite 

CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS — HARBOURS AND RIVERS-Con. 
CONSTRUCTION, REPARATIONS ET AMELIORATIONS, PORTS ET RIVIERES-Sinfe 

Vote — Credit 322 — British Columbia-Con. — Colombie-Britannique-Suite 

Harbours and Rivers, Generally, maintenance of services, no new works to be 

undertaken-Cow . 
Fanny Bay, wharf, inspection, $143.06; repairs, P. H. McLellan, $3,508.08; 

sundries, $5.41 3,656 55 

Fort St. James, wharf: labour, $395.80; materials, etc., $189.13 584 93 

Fulford Harbour: inspection, $19.35; labour, $56.50; renewal of float, $661; 

materials, etc., $47.73 784 58 

Ganges, float: inspection, $82.90; repairs, Victoria Pile Driving Co., Ltd., 

$3,621.71; sundries, $3.91 3.708 52 

Gibson's Landing, wharf: labour, $567.10; materials, etc., $641.05 1.208 15 

Half Moon Bay: inspection, $72.90; wnarf repairs, Vancouver Pile Driving and 

Contracting Co., Ltd., $1,883.23; sundries, $4.27 1,960 40 

Hammond, wharf: inspection, $65; repairs, Fraser River Pile Driving Co., Ltd., 

$2,554.28 2.619 28 

Harrison River: dolphins, $900; inspection, $30 930 00 

Haysport, wharf: repairs to landing, J. Currie & Son, $2,810.70; inspection, etc., 

$183.74 2,994 44 

Holdberg, float: labour, $1,132.25; materials, $1,057.90; sundries, $502.24 2,692 39 

Hopkin's Landing, wharf: labour, $234.10; materials, etc., $417.92; 652 02 

Jackson Bay, float: inspection, $24.19; repairs, R. Bumstead, $1,390.32; sundries, 

$4.55 1,419 06 

Kildonan, wharf: labour, $749.60; materials, etc., $720.81 1,470 41 

Kincolith, wharf: inspection, $131.45; repairs, John Currie & Son, $3,630.94; 

sundries, $5.74 3,768 13 

Kootenay Lake: hoist, B.C. Equipment Co., Ltd., $1,990; sundries, $6 1,996 00 

Mayne Island, improvements: inspection. $73.09; repairs, Victoria Pile Driving 
Co., Ltd., $4,024.65; sundries, $11.60; less $300 refunded by Canadian Pacific 

Railway for damages to wharf 3.809 34 

Okanagan, control dam: labour, $673.20; materials, etc., $209.96 883 16 

Osland Park, float: contract work, Skeena River Pile Driving Co., $5,372.13; 

inspection, $508.07; sundries, $76.35 5,956 55 

Porpoise Bay: labour, $343.75; materials, $509.70; sundries, $89.16 942 61 

Port Alberni, floats: labour, $121.20; materials, etc., $92.75; repairs, P. N. 

McLennan, $1,162 1 .375 95 

Port Alberni, assembly wharf: labour, $222.60; materials, $321.76 544 36 

Port Essington, wharf: repairs, J. Currie & Son, $1,281.28; inspection, $72.58 1.353 86 

Retreat Cove: labour, $278; materials, etc., $289.03 567 03 

Roberts Creek, wharf: labour, $303.90; sundry repairs, $479.93 783 83 

Sechelt, wharf: repairs, Vancouver Pile Driving & Contracting Co., Ltd,, 

$1,383.08; inspection, etc., $53.46 1.436 54 

Sidney, wharf repairs: contract work. Horie-Latimer Const. Co., Ltd., $8,644.02; 

inspection, $235.65; sundries, $149.04 9.028 71 

Sooke (Whiffen Spit) : labour, $3,382.02; materials, etc., $219.03 3.601 05 

Sturdies Bay, wharf: repairs, Victoria Pile Driving Co., Ltd., $3,666.45; inspec- 
tion, $88.65; sundries, $16.02 3.771 12 

Tachi River, wharf: labour, $1,671.40; materials, $1,133.56; sundries, $172.29 2.977 25 

Tahtsa and White Sail Rivers: labour, $430.10; materials, etc., $77.40 507 50 

Taku River, wharf: labour, $647.40; materials, etc., $348.50 995 90 

Tocfino, wharf: inspection. $191.45; labour, $113.80; repairs, W. E. Bond, 

$2,215.41; materials, etc., $664.82 3.185 48 

Tucker Bay, float: labour, $319.60; materials, etc., $300.98 G20 58 

Winter Harbour: labour, $57.60; towing float, mooring dolphins, etc., $700 757 60 

Harbour works where expenditure was less than $500: Ahousat Float, $196.85; 
Alberni, $165; Argenta, $215.48; Arrowhead Division Dam, $498.31; Bliss 
Landing, $108.30; Bold Point, $278.54; Carroll's Landing, $212.65; East Arrow 
Park, $221.39; Fraser Lake, $244.33; Fraser Landing, $206.92; Gillies Bay, 
$149.95; Glenanan, $149.80; Gower Point, $130.03; Gows Landing, $207.34; 
Grace Harbour, $195.10; Graham's Landing. $143.20; Gray Creek, $170.51; 
Greata, $290.35; Grief Point, $161.51; Horseshoe Bay. $217.35; Hospital Bay, 
$348.11; loco, $394.01; Keats Island, $187.56; McNally's Float, $354.95; Mitchell 
Bay, $469.47; Xanaimo, $100; Nakusp. $100.21; Needles. $151.45; Nelson Stores 



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CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS — HARBOURS AND RIVERS-Cott. 
CONSTRUCTION, REPARATIONS ET AMELIORATIONS, PORTS ET RIVIERES-Sttife 

Vote — Credit 322 — British Columbian-Cone. — Colombie-Britannique-Fin 

Harbours and Rivers, Generally, maintenance of services, no new works to be 
undertaken-Conc. 
Harbour works where expenditure was less than $500 — Cone. 

Yard, $373.37; New Massett, $222.35; New Westminster, D.P.W. Depot, 
$191.03; Oona River, $152.30; Popes Landing, $203.97; Port Moody, $221.59; 
Proctor, $306.13; Quatsino, $349.86; Queen Charlotte City, $150; Riondel, 
$247.51; Saanichton. $263; Salmon Arm, $118.38; Seaford, $202.49; Skidegate, 
$203.60; Squamish, $394.40; Surge Narrows, $137.26; Ueluelet, $180.49; Upper 
Duncan River, $247.67: Victoria, Ogden Point, $211.65; Westbank, $144.87; 
West Bay, $268.51; Williamson's Landing, $264.52; 38 minor works, $1,525.51. . 12,849 13 

97,018 23 



$ 136,489 02 



Vote — Credit 323 — Yukon 

Stewart and Yukon Rivers, improvements: — Labour. $1,778.60; travelling expenses, 

$100; supplies, $775.43; services of launch Loon, $2,050; sundries, $223.05 $ 4,927 08 



Vote — Credit 324 — Generally — Generalites — Miscellaneous works not other- 
wise provided for, not more than $3,000 to be expended upon any one work 
— Travaux divers non autrement pourvus mais la somme requise pour l'un 
quelconque de ces ouvrages ne doit "pas depasser $3,000 

Nova Scotia: — 

Apple Tree Cove, skidway extension: labour, $219.97; supplies, etc., $179.84 399 81 

Basque Island, extension: labour, $547.69; supplies, etc., $452.13 999 82 

Benacadie, breakwater extension: labour, $352.90: supplies, etc., $593.76 946 66 

Duncan's Cove, skidway extension: labour, $211.65; supplies, $87.69 299 34 

Harrington River, approach: labour, $1,087.43; supplies, $231.43; legal services, 

$29.25; sundries, $3; site for piling ground, John A. Boyd, $10 1,361 11 

Jones Harbour, breakwater extension: labour, $589.18; supplies, $567.48 1,156 66 

Jordan Ferry, breakwater extension: labour, $1,180.92; supplies, etc., $964.58 2,145 50 

Kemp's Point, extension: labour, $488.31; supplies, $343.20 834 51 

Maitland. vessel bed: labour, $907.75; supplies, $292.25 1,200 00 

McNeil's Pond, haulout engine and skidway: labour, $369.45; supplies, etc., $630.61 1,000 06 

Morris Island, wharf: labour, $1,298.70; supplies, $1,041.64 2,340 34 

North Shore, haulout engine, etc.: labour, $198.90; supplies, $547.70 746 60 

Parker's Cove, retaining wall: labour, $660.50; supplies, $339.52 1,000 02 

Parrsboro, wharf repairs: labour, $400.65; supplies, $262.34 662 99 

Point Wolfe, bridge: labour, $424.70; supplies, $566.33 991 03 

Port Greville, extension: labour, $1,411.12; supplies, $731.87 2,142 99 

Rockland, haulout engine and skidway: labour, $341.13; supplies, etc., $657.66; 

legal services, $100.60 1,099 39 

Spencer's Island, groyne: labour, $571.47; supplies, $428.39 999 86 

Three Fathom Harbour, breakwater: labour, $1,044.30; supplies, etc., $655.39 1,699 69 

Wreck Cove, haulout engine: labour, $55.50; supplies, etc., $112.30 167 80 

22,194 18 

Quebec: — 

Grand Ruisseau, slipway: labour, $721.35; supplies, $381.50 1,102 85 

La Descente des Femmes, wharf repairs: inspection, $140; repairs, Geo. H. 

Lavoie, $2,418.78 2,558 78 

Riviere au Rat, wharf: labour, $264.20; supplies, $1.132.61 1,396 81 

St. Sulpice, roadway repairs: labour, $165.08; supplies, $15.95 181 03 

5,239 47 

Ontario: — 

Black Lake, wharf: labour, $589.80; supplies, etc., $501.23; water lot, Provin- 
cial Government, $100 1,191 03 

Kagawong, boat landing: labour, $421.77; supplies, $312.91 734 68 

Kenora, wharf shelters: labour, $539.85; supplies, $1,498.65 2,038 50 



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CHIEF ENGINEER'S BRANCH- Cone. — DIVISION DE L'INGENIEUR EN CHEF-Fm 



CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS — HARBOURS AND RIVERS-COMC. 
CONSTRUCTION, REPARATIONS ET AMELIORATIONS, PORTS ET RIVI&RES-jF'tn 

Vote — Credit 324 — Generally — Generalites — Miscellaneous works not other- 
wise provided for, not more than $3,000 to be expended upon any one work 
-Cone. — Travaux divers non autrement pourvus mais la somme requise 
pour l'un quelconque de ces ouvrages ne doit pas depasser $3,000-Fin 

Ontario-Cone. 

Lake Chebogomog, survey 

Lake Panache, wharf: labour, $895.58; supplies, etc., $734.44; water lot, Provin- 
cial Government, $100 

Magnetewan, wharf: labour, $886.48; supplies, etc., $878.70 

Port Burwell, grading, etc.: labour, $304.25; sundries, $40 

Port Dover, wharf repairs: labour, $509.80; supplies, etc., $834.79 

Saugeen River, test piles 

Saskatchewan: — 

Buffalo Narrows, wharf: labour, $1,376.85; supplies, $727.21; sundries, $197.60.. 
British Columbia: — 

Englewood Anchorage: labour, $60; supplies, etc., $892.07 

Ganges, float : labour, etc 

Keats Island, float: inspection, $6.48; supplies, $365.40 

Ladner, survey 

Phipps Point Narrows, wharf extension: labour, $847.70; supplies, etc., $811.55.. 

Spring Cove, wharf shed : labour, etc 

Walters Cove: inspection, $72.64; construction of float and shed, W. E. Bond, 
$1,895 

Zeballos, wharf: labour, $459.42; supplies, $1,023.96 



74 75 



1,730 


02 


1,765 


18 


344 25 


1,344 


59 


676 00 


9,899 


00 


2,301 


0G 


952 


07 


28 43 


371 


88 


61 05 


1,659 


25 


123 


21 


1,967 


64 


1,483 


38 


6,646 


91 


$ 46,281 


22 



TELEGRAPH BRANCH — DIVISION DU TELEGRAPHE 
Vote — Credit 325 — Branch Administration — Administration 

Salaries (Page U— 11) 22,080 00 

Printing and Stationery: — King's Printer, printing $141.46, supplies, $267.36; 

sundries, $19.54 428 36 

Travelling Expenses:— A. McDonald, $343.99; F. G. Sims, $559.52; sundries, $16.89 920 40 

Sundries: — Telegraph and telephone tolls, $845.66; sundries, $113.37 959 03 



$ 24,387 79 



TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE SERVICES, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE 
SERVICES TELEGRAPHIQUES ET TELEPHONIQUES, SERVICE ET ENTRETIEN 

Vote — Credit 326 — Land and Cable Telegraph Lines — Lower St. Lawrence 
and Maritime Provinces, including working expenses of vessels for cable 
work — Lignes et cables telegraphiques — Bas Saint-Laurent et Provinces 
Maritimes y compris le service des bateaux faisant l'inspection des cables 

Bay of Fundy Lines: — District superintendent, grade 1, J. R. Parker, $1,740; 
operators, etc., $858.78; agents on commission, $259.85; line repairs, $2,002.42; 
materials, $273.98; office expenses, $874.77; sundries, $45 

Cape Breton Lines: — Telegraph inspector, G. A. Edwards, $3,000; foreman, 
J. Logue, $1,620; operators, repairers, etc., Baddeck, $722.48, Gabarus, $720, 
Grand River, $830.04, Inverness, $1,607.88, Little Narrows, $864, Louisburg, $780, 
Neils Harbour, $990, North Sydney, $900, under $500, $6,494.73; agents on 
commission, $2,570.07; travel, $1,288.88; line repairs, $4,378.04; materials, 
$2,324.97; office expenses, $1,492.08; pole and wire rental, $1,426.06; sundries, 
$222.52 

83105— 7u 



6,054 80 



32,231 75 



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TELEGRAPH BRANCH-Con. — DIVISION DU TELEGRAPHE-Sm/^ 

TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE SERVICES, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE-Co/1. 
SERVICES TELEGRAPHIQUES ET TELEPHONIQUES, SERVICE ET ENTRETIEN-$Mt<e 

Vote — Credit 326 — Land and Cable Telegraph Lines — Lower St. Lawrence 
and Maritime Provinces, including working expenses of vessels for cable 
work-Cone. — Lignes et cables telegraphiques — Bas Saint-Laurent et 
Provinces Maritimes y compris le service des bateaux faisant l'inspection 

des cables-Pin 

Cape Ray: — Maintaining telegraphic communication with lighthouse, v. to June 30, 

1938 * 250 00 

Caraquet : — Pole and wire rental 47 85 

Chatham-Escuminac: — Operators, $549.96: lineman, W. N. Ramsay, $1,080; line 
repairs, $662.20; office expenses, $175.37; pole and wire rental, $98; sundries, 

$139.61 2,705 14 

Ellis Bay Radio Station: — One-half cost of rental and maintenance 650 00 

Grand Anse-Maisonnette Line: — New Brunswick Telephone Co., annual subsidy. . . . 225 00 

He aux Coudres: — Charlevoix & Saguenay Telephone Co., subsidy, y. to May 27, 

1938, $200 ; sundries, $19 219 00 

L'Ameque-Pidgeon Hill: — Annual subsidy 300 00 

Magdalen Islands: — District superintendent, grade 1, J. J. LeBourdais, $1,740; 
operators, repairers, etc., Amherst, $672.96, Grindstone, $2,099.10, Grosse Isle, 
$1,058.45, under $500, $504.02; line repairs, $1,515.35; materials, $476.62; office 

expenses, $706.80; sundries, $77.72 8,851 02 

Quebec Division Lines, including sundry islands: — Division superintendent, 
grade 1, G. E. Routhier. $2,640; telegraph circuit manager, Dec-Mar., operator, 
grade 2, Apr.-Nov., G. H. Roy, $1,328; clerk, grade 3, A. Vaillancourt, $1,620, 
grade 2, A. S. Boulanger, $1,230; agents and operators, $16,866.21; repairers, 
$9,687.26; agents on commissions, $4,300.85; travel, $187.39; line repairs, 
$17,822.86; materials, $8,052.58; office expenses. $2,433.20; sundries. $1,445.93. 
Total, $67,614.28 less $76 paid by Gulf Pulp and Paper Co., and $281.72 paid by 

Quebec Government, their share of cost of pole removal 67,256 56 

Generally:— Salaries. $365; travel, $219.60; cable repairs and testing, $11,592.71; 
line repairs, $580.68; King's Printer, printing $954.14, supplies, $114.32; sundries, 
$195.07 14,021 52 



132,812 64 



Charged as follows: — 

Salaries 69,670 87 

Repairs (Line maintenance, Avages of casual linemen and 
labourers, transportation and provisions for same; boats and 

scows for cable repairs) 30,999 83 

Materials and Supplies 15,849 83 

Subsidies 1,625 00 

Pole line and wire rentals 1,596 91 

Sundries (Rent, light and heat, stamps, freight and express; 
printing and stationery; travelling expenses for operators and 
district officers) 13,070 20 

$ 132,812 64 



Vote — Credit 327 — Alberta & Saskatchewan 

Division superintendent's office. Edmonton: — .Superintendent, grade 1, J. D. Noel, 

$3,600; stenographer, grade 2, M. E. Patterson, $1,380; travel, J. D. Noel, $166.20; 

office expenses, $518.07 

Beauval, Sask.:— Opr., gr. 5, J. F. Dupuis, Mar.-July, $675 (retired), H. Realff, 

$1,620; casual labour, $18.55; rent. $140; sundries, $217.71 

Green Lake:— Opr., gr. 5. W. J. Hood, $1,500 (quarters $268 not included); line 

repairs, $122.25 ; sundries, $68.90 

He a la Crosse: — Opr., gr. 5, U. Gauthier, $1,740 (quarters $248 not included); 

sundries, $223.27 

Lloydminster: — Accounting, Canadian National Telegraphs 

Meadow Lake: — Transfer services, Canadian Pacific Telegraphs, $480; sundries, 

$63.53 

Onion Lake: — Opr.. gr. 5, R. Hodgson. $1,560 (quarters $268 not included); casual 

labour. $90.58; office expenses, $182.96; sundries, $74.15 



5,664 27 


2,671 26 


1,691 15 


1.963 27 
120 00 


543 53 


1.907 69 



Part U— 99 
DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE-Co/?. — DETAIL DES DEPENSES-Sm7e 

TELEGRAPH BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DU TELEGRAPHE-Sw^e 

TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE SERVICES, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE- Con. 
SERVICES TKLEGRAPHIQTJES ET TKLEPHONIQUES, SERVICE ET ENTRETIEN-zSVife 

Vote — Credit 327 — Alberta & Saskatchewan-Con. — Suite 

Athabaska, Alta.:— Opr., gr. 6, J. W. Ashacker, $1,680 (quarters $353 not in- 
cluded); foreman lineman, D. Sutherland, $1,896, relief, J. Taylor, July 11- 
Nov. 21. $569.06; casual labour. $91.45; Chevrolet truck, $1,217.95 less allowances 
of $130 for used truck and $180 for used sedan; office expenses, $113.60; 
sundries, $284.44 5,542 50 

Beaverlodge:— Opr., gr. 5, A. Bowtell. $1,620 (quarters $268 not included); casual 

labour, $90.72; office expenses. $265.32 1,976 04 

Berwyn: — Agent on commission, J. Duncan, $540.02; office expenses, $220.80 760 82 

Calling River:— Opr., gr. 5, Geo. T. Monsoon, $1,620 (quarters $210 not included); 

casual labour, $91.45; line repairs, $236.55; sundries, $47.58 1,995 58 

Dawson Creek:— Opr., gr. 5, A. Chalmers, $1,620 (quarters $288 not included); 
telephone opr., Mrs. M. Langlois, $1,476; casual labour, $176.24; office expenses, 
$328.91 ; sundries, $102.74 3,703 89 

Edmonton:— Circuit manager. P. R. Elmer, $2,400; opr., gr. 6, L. J. Bolton, $1,824, 
gr. 5, A. Vaillancourt. $1,824; clerk, gr. 3, J. A. Mason, $2,100, gr. 1, G. J. 
Potter, y. less July 6-Oct. 31, $448.87; lineman, R. L. Thoman, $1,500; casual 
labour, $1,658.70; travel. $105.70; office expenses, $432.25; sundries, $198.31 12,491 83 

Fairview: — Opr., gr. 5. J. G. Bryden, $1,620; casual labour, $91.45; office expenses, 

$286.45; sundries, $25.80 2,023 70 

Falher: — Lineman. A. McDougall. $1,620 (quarters $180 not included); casual 

labour. $97.52; sundries, $120.20 1,837 72 

Fort McMurray:— Opr., gr. 5, C. F. Somers, y. less Dec. 7- Jan. 5, $1,577.62; line- 
man, L. Goodwin, $1,620; casual labour, $206.44; line repairs, $274; sundries, 
$60.44 3,738 50 

Fort St. John:— Opr.. gr. 5, R. L. Pickell, $1,620; lineman, R. M. Osborne, $1,620; 

line repairs, $193.95; rent. $180; sundries, $23.83 3,637 78 

Fort Vermilion: — Opr., gr. 5, R. Goodwin, $1,740 (quarters $268 not included); 

office expenses, $304.16 ; sundries. $50.68 2,094 84 

Grande Prairie:— Opr.. gr. 5, G. H. Crisfield, $1,620; lineman, W. Lovell, $1,560; 

casual labour, $184.50; sundries, $178.04 3,542 54 

Grouard: — Opr., gr. 5, J. Peers, $1,620 (quarters $205 not included); casual 

labour, $93.48; sundries, $57.06 1,770 54 

House River: — Opr.. gr. 5, W. J. Lee, $1,620 (quarters $208 not included); casual 

labour, $93.48; sundries. $72.50 1,785 98 

Hudson Hope:— Opr., gr. 5, F. C. Gaylor, $1,716 (quarters $268 not included); 

office expenses, $78.90; sundries, $182.74 1,977 64 

Joussard: — Lineman, C. Pickford, $1,560; casual labour, $93.48; line repairs, 

$178.34; sundries, $46.80 1,878 62 

Keg River: — Lineman. L. G. Harrington, $1,620 (quarters $218 not included); 

casual labour, $182.90 ; sundries. $255.59 2,058 49 

Mirror Landing: — Opr., gr. 5, A. McLean. $1,620 (quarters $28 not included); 

casual labour, $93.34; line repairs, $153.71; sundries, $77.70 1,944 75 

Xotikewin: — Opr.. gr. 5, M. A. Noel, $1,620 (quarters $308 not included); office 

expenses, $351.45 1,971 45 

Peace River: — Opr., gr. 5, F. J. Colmer. $1,824 (quarters $434 not included); line- 
man, H. C. Rogers, $1,620; casual labour, $304.24; office expenses, $146.50; 
sundries, $301.84 4,196 58 

Pelican: — Opr., gr. 5, F. R. Senz, $1,620 (quarters $208 not included); casual 

labour, $93.48; sundries, $119.89 1,833 37 

Pouce Coupe:— Opr., gr. 5. J. T. Callahan. $1,620 (quarters $208 not included); 
telephone opr.. Mrs. J. T. Callahan, Apr. -Sept., $360, A. Fortier, Oct.-Mar., $360; 
lineman, C. E. McWha, $1,560; casual labour, $267.58; line repairs, $264.70; 
office expenses, $237.50 ; sundries, $377.88 5,047 66 

Rolla:— Agent on commission, C. Tyrrell, $91.44; rent, $120 211 44 

Slave Lake: — Opr., gr. 5, D. E. Buck, $1,620; casual labour, $91.45 office expenses, 

$237.53; sundries, $28.79 1,977 77 

Spirit River:— Opr., gr. 5. J. T. Davidson, $1,620; casual labour, $91.45; office 

expenses, $277.55 ; sundries, $20.92 2,009 92 

General: — Agents on commission, $765.49; line repairs, $113.87; materials and 
supplies, $1,505.26; King's Printer, printing, $498.21, supplies, $117.81; sundries, 
$222.71 3,223 35 



$ 89,794 47 
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PUBLIC WORKS — TRAVAUX PUBLICS 

TELEGRAPH BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DU TELEGRAPHE-Sut'Je 

TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE SERVICES, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE-Cow. 
SERVICES TELEGRAPHIQUES ET TELEPHONIQUES, SERVICE ET ENTRETIEN-&l«*e 

Vote — Credit 327 — Alberta-Saskatchewan-Conc. — Pin 

Charged as follows: — 

Salaries 77,029 98 

Repairs (Line maintenance, wages of casual linemen- and 
labourers, transportation and provisions for same; boats and 

scows for cable repairs 3,206 52 

Materials and Supplies 2,194 74 

Sundries (Rent, light and heat; stamps; freight and express; 
printing and stationery; travelling expenses for operators and 
district officers) 7,363 23 



$ 89,794 47 



Vote — Credit 328 — Division Superintendent's Office, Vancouver — Bureau du 
surintendant du district de Vancouver 

Salaries: — Division superintendent, grade 2, J. J. Dore, Apr .-Nov., $2,400 (deceased), 
O. Landry, Dec-Mar., $1,160; clerk, grade 4, C. H. Mead, $1,860, grade 3, N. L. 
Homan, $1,620, grade 2, H. C. McLeod, $1,260; stenographer, grade 1, W. I. 
Troughton, $960; typist, grade 1, G. M. Blackburn, $780, M. Nicholson, June 23- 
Sept. 26, $188 10,228 00 

Sundries:— Travel, J. J. Dore, $163.90, O. Landry, $29.70, C H. Mead, $83.55; 

office expenses, $116.02; postage, $314.15; telegrams and telephone tolls, $310.88. . . 1,018 20 

$ 11,246 20 



Vote — Credit 329 — British Columbia — Northern and Yukon Districts — 
Colombie-Britannique — Districts du Nord et du Yukon 

Superintendent's Office, Prince Rupert: — Superintendent, grade 2, O. Landry, Apr.- 
Nov., $1,880 (transferred to Division Superintendent's Office, Vancouver, Dec. 1), 
travel, $170.75; sundries, $128.21 2,178 96 

Alice Arm: — Opr., gr. 5, H. W. Butler, $1,800; line repairs, $136.70; office expenses, 

$136.50; sundries, $87.66 2,160 86 

Any ox:— Telephone opr., K. Eve, $540, overtime, $13.16; sundries, $27.78 580 94 

Ashcroft:— Opr., gr. 7, R. G. Bishop, $1,904, overtime, $107.28, gr. 6, W. M. Boyle, 
$1,761.56, overtime, $52.27, S. Kinkaid, $1,814.40, overtime, $135.19, gr. 5, W. E. 
Asson, $1,400, overtime, $93.51; telephone opr., E. M. Adam, $960; clerk, gr. 1, 
A. E. Richards, $1,200; foreman lineman, S. T. Marsden, $1,980; lineman, P. G. 
Miller, Apr.-May, $300 (see Quesnel) ; casual labour, $546.47; travel, $184.70; 
line repairs, $686.79; materials, $1,301.66; upkeep of cars, $723.59; sundries, 
$652.26. Total $15,803.68; less $2,411.94 contributed towards salaries by Canadian 
National Telegraphs 13,391 74 

Atlin:— Opr., gr. 6, C. H. Alexander, Oct.-Mar., $930 (to be refunded to Casual 
Revenue, 1939-40, $120), overtime, $5.74, E. G. Brown, $1,458, allowance, $720, 
overtime, $39.98 (quarters $400 not included) ; lineman, H. B. Birch, $1,920 less 
$46.45 paid by Workmen's Compensation Board, overtime, $6.40; line repairs, 
$486.60; materials, $2,184.09; sundries,$176.76 7,881 12 

Barkerville:— Opr., gr. 5, J. H. Berry, Apr. 1-Aug. 15, $540, overtime, $224.73 (see 
Wells), J. Withrow, Aug. 15-Mar. 31, $1,125, overtime, $29.34 (quarters $15 per 
m. not included) ; office expenses, $168.80; sundries, $39.32 2,127 19 

Bella Coola: — Opr., gr. 5, W. V. Bowron, $1,656 (quarters $180 not included); line 

repairs, $309.24; office expenses. $273.05; sundries, $16.15 2,254 44 

Blackwater: — Opr., gr. 5, J. Withrow, Apr. 1-Aug. 15 (quarters $67.50 not 
included) (see Barkerville) 675 00 

Burns Lake: — Opr., gr. 5, H. LeDuke, y. less June 21-Sept. 19, $1,355 (see Vander- 
hoof), H. D. McNeil, $1,800; line repairs, $182.18; office expenses, $141.17; 
sundries, $94.68 3,573 03 

Carmacks: — Opr., gr. 6, H. McMillan, y. less Jan.-Mar., $1,080, allowance, Apr. 1- 
Oct. 15, $324.19, overtime, $31.90, relaying signals, $8.99 (fuel and light allowance 
$100 not included), relief, K. G. Kelly, Oct. 16-Mar. 31, $744.68, overtime, $44.76; 
office expenses, $189.96; sundries, $150.46 2,574 94 



5,020 57 
240 00 


319 


57 


2,360 


14 


2,435 


74 


8,651 
120 


34 
00 



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TELEGRAPH BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DU TELEGRAPIIE-StnVo 

TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE SERVICES, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE-Con. 
SERVICES TEKEGRAPHIQUES ET TELEPHONIQUES, SERVICE ET ENTRETIEN-/Sfj(i<e 

Vote — Credit 329 — British Columbia — Northern and Yukon Districts-Con. — 
Colombie-Britannique — Districts du Nord et du Yukon-Suite 

Clinton:— Opr., gr. 5, A. S. Gillespie, $1,728; casual labour, $162.73; office expenses, 

$140; sundries, $30.53 2,061 26 

Dawson:— Opr., gr. 6, G. W. McKay, y. less 4 d., $1,780.65, allowance, $1,187.09, 
overtime, $105.05, gr. 4, C. J. Lelievre, Apr. 1-June 29, $311.50 (resigned), A. H. 
Somerton, Apr. 17-July 16, $298.28; messenger, A. H. Somerton, July 17-Oct. 28, 
Nov. 27-Mar. 31, $699.40; rent of generator. $600; sundries, $38.60 

Dead Tree Point:— Opr., part time, S. Elliott 

Endako:— Telephone opr.. G. LeDuke, $198 (fuel and light allowance $75 not 
included) ; sundries, $121.57 

Finlay Forks:— Opr., gr. 5, R. H. Sharp, $1,620, allowance, $300; office expenses, 
$322; sundries, $118.14 

Goldbridge:— Opr.. gr. 5. L. T. Buchanan, $1,620, overtime, $153.58; casual labour, 
$31.11; line repairs. $297.66; office expenses. $285.92; sundries, $47.47 

Hazelton:— Opr., gr. 6, A. S. Irvine, $2,040, overtime, $74.17, L. E. Kennedy, $1,968, 
overtime, $62.72, B. C. McCallum, $1,881, overtime, $43.68, gr. 4, J. Smith, Apr. 1- 
Feb. 14, $1,102.50 (transferred to Quesnel) ; casual labour, $106.77; materials, 
$298.58; office expenses. $939.38; sundries, $134.54 

Iskoot: — Agent-opr., A. McKay, retiring leave, Mar 

Kleena-Kleene:— Opr., gr. 5, S. H. Colwell, $1,656; line repairs. $123.19; sundries, 

$34.41 1,813 60 

Lillooet:— Opr., gr. 6, W. S. Bouvette, $1,800, overtime, $74.50; telephone opr., M. 
Zirnhelt, $840, overtime, $33.37; casual labour, $84.57; line repairs, $267.16; 
sundries, $214.93 

Lower Lebarge: — Opr., gr. 6, A. R. Hayes, $1,440, allowance, 10 m., $500, overtime, 
$45.74 (quarters $180 not included), relief, K. G. Kelly, Aug. 1-Oct. 2, ,$278.71, 
overtime, $5.22 ; sundries, $122.03 

Lytton:— Telephone opr., M. E. Drewett, $300; sundries. $37.07 

Maple Bay:— Lineman, S. Benton, $1,656, G. R. Gaskell, $1,656; line repairs, $52; 
materials, $184.98 ' 

Massett: — Agent on commission, Mrs. F. H. Carpenter, $232.18; office expenses, $60; 
sundries, $79.14 

Nahlin:— Opr.. gr. 6, R. Landry, y. less Mar. 8-31, $1,571.61 (monthly provision 
allowance $25 and quarters $15, not included); casual labour, $378.87; provisions, 
packing and delivering, $610.72; sundries, $46.84 

One Hundred Mile House:— Telephone opr., M. Cecil 

One Hundred and Fifty Mile House:— Opr., gr. 5. S. H. Patenaude, $1,800; casual 
labour, $156.55; office expenses, $144; sundries, $189.21 

Port Clements:— Telephone opr., Mrs. R. T. Ward, $192; line repairs, $325.77; 
sundries, $147.42 

Port Edward: — Lineman, A. J. Edlund, y. less 8-|- d., $1,754.03; sundries, $20.25 

Port Simpson: — Agent on commission, Hudson's Bay Co., $104.29; office expenses, 
$121 

Prince George:— Messenger. K. Arnett, Oct.-Mar., $90, B. H. Miller. Apr.-Sept.. $90. 

Prince Rupert:— Opr., gr. 7, D. C. Schubert, $1,980, overtime, $71.04, gr. 6, W. W. 
Wrathall, $1,881, arrears 1937-38. $15.17, overtime, $77.04, gr. 4, W. S. Leake, 
$1,200, overtime, $89.16; casual labour, 21.60; materials, $188.90; office expenses, 
$168.50; sundries, $75.43 

Queen Charlotte City: — Agent on commission, G. Jolliffe, $77.63; office expenses, 
$73.19 

Quesnel:— Opr., gr. 6, J. D. Lawrence, $1,800, overtime, $123.84 (quarters $180 not 
included), gr. 5, D. C. Hagerdon, $1,800, gr. 4, O. M. Neumeyer, June 6-July 19, 
July 25-Sept. 3, Sept. 26-Feb. 28, $793.87, overtime, $21.08, J. Smith, Feb. 15- 
Mar. 31, $157.50, K. C. Wilson, Apr. 1-Sept. 29, $626.50, overtime, $10.65 (trans- 
ferred to Smithers) ; telephone opr., M. Dowie. May 2-11, 21-31, June-Nov., 
$291.48; lineman, P. G. Miller, June-Mar., $1,500; line repairs, $360.56; materials, 
$402.39; upkeep of car, $129.57; sundries. $186.08 8,203 52 

Rosswood:— Opr., gr. 5, W. Warner, $1,800; sundries, $139.26 1,939 26 

Selkirk:— Opr. gr. 6, C. H. Stone, y. less June 23-28 and Mar. 15-31, $1,354.19, 
allowance, $558.58 (to be refunded to Casual Revenue, 1939-40, $98.38), over- 
time, $27.92 (quarters $180 not included); line repairs, $259.50; office expenses, 
$288; sundries, $82.98 •• .• : • • 2,571 17 

Shesley:— Opr., gr. 6, J. Wrathall, y. less Aug.-Sept., $1,350 (monthly provision 
allowance $30 not included), relief, T. E. Hankin, June-Sept., $540; provisions, 
packing and delivering, $401.49; sundries, $162 2,453 49 



3,314 


53 


2,391 70 
337 07 


3,548 98 


371 


32 


2,608 
240 


04 
00 


2,289 


76 


665 19 
1,774 28 


225 
180 


20 
00 


5,767 


84 


150 


82 



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PUBLIC WORKS — TRAVAUX PUBLICS 

TELEGRAPH BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DU TELEGRAPHE-Sm7e 

TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE SERVICES, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE-Con. 
SERVICES TELEGRAPHIQUES ET TELEPHONIQUES, SERVICE ET ENTRETIEN-$Mtte 

Vote — Credit 329 — British Columbia — Northern and Yukon Districts-Cone. — 
Colombie-Britannique — Districts du Nord et du Yukon-Pin 

Smithers:- — Opr., gr. 5, A. G. Bowie, Apr. 1-June 13, $365 (transferred to Sechelt, 
Vancouver Island), K. C. Wilson, Sept. 30-Mar. 31, $693.83* clerk, gr. 1, W. F. 
Hann, $1,020; casual labour, $183.33; line repairs, $239.06; office expenses, 
$273.63; sundries, $176.96 2,951 81 

Stewart:— Opr., gr. 6, S. G. Lawrence, $1,872, overtime, $45.10; materials, $307.41; 
office expenses, $435.55; sundries, $81.64 2,741 70 

Stewart River: — Opr., gr. 6, R. A. Gooding, $1,440, allowance, $500, overtime, 
$34.91 (quarters $180 not included) ; casual labour, overtime, $274.64; line 
repairs, $233.09; sundries, $141.57 2,624 21 

Tagigfli:— Opr., gr. 5, E. Barrett, $1,440; allowance, $600; sundries, $117.10 2,157 10 

Telegraph Creek: — Opr., gr. 7, L. James, $1,980, overtime, $7.21 (quarters $300 not 
included); telegraph agent-opr., C. H. Alexander, Apr .-Sept., $990 (see Atlin) ; 
building new office, etc., $732.52; materials, $794.98; sundries, $317.24 4,821 95 

Terrace:— Opr., gr. 5, T. H. Walsh, $1,872, overtime, $45.10; office expenses, 

$176.15; sundries, $78.78 (office closed Apr. 1, 1939) 2,172 03 

Vanderhoof:— Opr., gr. 5. H. LeDuke, June 21-Sept. 19, $445, overtime, $43.20, 
L. R. Seldon, y. less June 22-Sept. 21, $1,350, overtime, $114.92; telephone opr., 
E. Smedley, July-Sept., $135; line repairs, $408.05; materials, $346.46; office 
expenses, $245.75; sundries, $101.90 3,190 28 

Wells:— Opr., gr 5, J. H. Berry, Aug. 15-Mar. 31, less 6 d., $876.77, overtime, 
$150.24; telephone opr., O. Waller, Aug. 15-Mar. 31, $339.68; casual labour, 
etc., $260.50; agent on commission, A. McDonell, Apr. 1-Aug. 14, $208.99; office 
expenses, $279.61; sundries, $27.12 2,142 91 

Whitehorse:— Opr., gr. 7, J. B. Watson, $2,040, overtime, $137.09 (quarters $480 

not included) ; office expenses, $319.10; sundries, $200.95 2,697 14 

Williams Lake: — Opr., gr. 6, C. Barber, $1,800, overtime, $2.88; telephone opr., 
M. M. Mulcahv, $780, overtime, $1.24; casual labour, $236.23; materials, $224.10; 
sundries, $172.30 3,216 75 

General: — Agents on commission, $1,942.37; switching messages, $112.75; line 
repairs, $925.01; materials, $698.65; pole, line and wire rentals, $1,192; King's 
Printer, printing, $1,237.40, supplies, $420.96; sundries, $220.67 6,749 81 

134,918 39 
Less — Refund of gasoline tax by British Columbia Government 20 87 

$ 134,897 52 



Charged as follows: — 

Salaries 106,068 26 

Repairs (line maintenance, wages of casual linemen and labourers, 
transportation and provisions for same; boats and scows for 

cable repairs) 6,738 80 

Materials and Supplies 9,996 51 

Pole, line and wire rentals 1,205 25 

Sundries (rent, light and heat; stamps; freight and express; 
printing and stationery; travelling expenses for operators and 
district officers) 10,888 70 

$ 134,897 52 



Vote — Credit 330 — British Columbia — Vancouver Island District — 
Colombie-Britannique — District de Tile de Vancouver 

Ahousat:— Opr., gr. 5, A. A. Lynn, $1,620, overtime $1.05; casual labour, $88.17; 

line repairs, $328; sundries. $142.68 2,179 90 

Alberni:— Opr., gr. 5, Mrs. P. A. Haslam, $1,440; casual labour, $84.33; office 

expenses, $124.65; sundries, $21.82 1,670 80 

Alert Bay:— Opr., gr. 6, J. C. Studdy, $1,740; telephone opr., part time, S. Wallace, 

Mar., 1938-Mar.. 1939, $422.50, overtime, $442; lineman, D. Dykes, $1,584, J. 

McDonald, $1,584; casual labour, $356.44; line repairs, $553.35; materials, 

$815.60; sundries, $172.57 7,670 46 



Pan U--103 
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TELEGRAPH BRANCH-Con. — DIVISION DU TELEGRAPHE-Shj'/i- 

TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE SERVICES, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE-Co». 
SERVICES TELEGRAPHIQUES ET TELEPHONIQUES, SERVICE ET ENTRETIEN-ASfj/i/e 

Vote — Credit 330 — British Columbia — Vancouver Island District-Con. — 
Colombie-Britannique — District de Tile de Vancouver-Suite 

Bamfield:— Telephone opr., W. A. McGee, $900 (quarters $300 not included); 

lineman, A. Hoskins, $1,584; casual labour, $145.06; sundries, $139.69 2,768 75 

Bovven Island: — Lineman, F. D. Wilson, Apr. 1-Sept. 26, $816.67 (transferred to 
Toquart), acting, E. J. Myers, Sept. 18-Nov. 6, $228.67, V. Vosper, Nov. 7- 
Feb. 28, $532; sundries, $126.63 1,703 97 

Camp Bay: — Lineman, A. Allan, $1,584 (quarters $180 not included); casual 

labour, $89.42; line repairs, $208: sundries, $68.38 1,949 80 

Campbell River: — Opr., gr. 6, J. H. Burgess, $1,740, overtime, $19.62; telephone 
oper., M. Granlund, Apr. 11-Sept. 30. Feb. 6-28, $421.72; casual labour, $99.49; 
materials, $127.28; office expenses, $296.06; sundries, $96.66 2,800 83 

Cape Scott: — Lineman, part time, H. Spencer, $660; sundries, $13.48 673 48 

Clo-oose: — Agent on commission, C. E. Holliday, $99.86; lineman, D. Holliday, 

$1,584; casual labour, $85.16; sundries, $101.20 1,870 22 

Coal Harbour:— Opr., gr. 5, E. Morrison, Apr. 1-May 8, $173.61; casual labour, 
$32; switching calls, $146.13; sundries, $106.66 (office and staff transferred to 
Quatsino, May 9) 458 40 

Cortez Island: — Lineman, part time, H. M. Daniels, $192; sundries, $13.92 205 92 

Courtenay: — Opr., gr. 5, J. Aitken, $1,620; casual labour, $121.31; office expenses, 

$95.35; sundries, $53.73 1,890 39 

Cumberland: — Opr., gr. 4, J. H. Robertson, $1,584; casual labour, $98.93; sundries, 
$85.12 1,768 05 

Estevan:— Opr., gr. 5, H. A. Bigmore, $1,620 (quarters $180 not included); 
casual labour, $103.88; line repairs, $96; sundries, $55.29 1,875 17 

Granite Bay: — Lineman, part time, H. J. Bull, $96, commission as agent, $38.43; 

sundries, $22.04 156 47 

Hardy Island: — Lineman, part time, H. D. Brazil 120 00 

Hesquiat: — Agent on commission, Rev. J. Schindler, $4.56; rent, $60 64 56 

Irvine's Landing: — Lineman, part time, Wm. Baillie, Jan.-Mar 165 00 

Nanaimo: — Opr., gr. 5, H. W. Spencer, $1,680; casual labour, $81.29; sundries, 
99.43 1,860 72 

North Vancouver: — Opr., gr. 4, E. R. Cox, $1,260, overtime, $3.34; messenger, 
M. J. Hanlon, $420, overtime, $1.18; casual labour, $25.67; sundries, $24.18. 
Total, $1,734.37 less $1,007.10 contributed by Canadian National and Canadian 
Pacific Telegraphs, proportionate cost of office, 11 m 727 27 

Parksville:— Opr., gr. 5, D. Mitchell, $1,680, overtime, $2.32; casual labour, 

$104.17: line repairs, $178.42; office expenses, $115.34; sundries, $23.42 2,103 67 

Pender Harbour: — Agent on commission, M. Dames, $246.49; lineman, V. F. 
Dunn, Apr. 1-Dec. 6, less 1 d., $1,073.03 (injured Dec. 6); casual labour, $104.61; 
sundries, $67.48 1,491 61 

Port Alberni: — Opr., gr. 6, E. G. Avliffe, $1,740, overtime, $2.40; lineman, W. H. 

Crowshaw, $1,584; casual labour, $297.78; materials, $111.25; sundries, $34.40.. 3,769 83 

Powell River:— Opr.. gr. 7, G. B. Wood. June 14-Mar. 31, $1,291.50, overtime, 
$40.24, gr. 4, J. M. Mighton, y. less 1 d., $1,256.61, overtime, $43.66, relief, 
J. Lipscombe, Mar. 1-June 14, Julv 28-Aug. 30, Sept. 24-Oct. 17, $683.20, over- 
time. $28.16; lineman, part time, B. Hodson. $660; casual labour, $110.62; line 
repairs, $274.34; office expenses, $323.78; sundries, $108.87 4,820 98 

Quathiaski Cove: — Agent on commission, W. A. Brown, $50.17, F. Endersby, 

$188.58; lineman, part time, E. J. Joyce, $462; sundries, $19.72 720 47 

Quatsino: — Opr., gr. 5, E. Morrison, May 9-Mar. 31, $1,482.39; agent on commis- 
sion to May 8, F. J. A. Green, $27.62; casual labour, $67; line repairs, $117; 
office expenses, $106.69; sundries, $88.90 1,889 60 

Rock Bay: — Opr., gr. 5, L. E. Pence. Apr.-Dec, $1,242 (quarters $15 per month 
not included) (drowned Dec. 21); lineman, C. Greany, Dec. 24-Mar. 27, $413.03, 
J. E. Lee, Apr. 1-Dec. 21, $1,145.42 (injured Dec. 21); materials, $289.03; 
sundries, $205.35 

Ronnings: — Lineman, part time, W. Hecht, y. less Dec-Jan., $550; casual labour, 
$110 

Sechelt:— Opr., gr. 5. A. G. Bowie, June 14-Mar. 31, $1,291.50, G. B. Wood, Apr. 1- 
June 13, $328.50 (transferred to Powell River) ; telephone opr., L. Dunn, Apr.- 
Sept., $210; line repairs, $635.17; materials, $153.29; office expenses, $227.17; 
removal expenses of A. G. Bowie and family from Smithers, $175.80 

Squamish: — Opr., gr. 5, E. S. Reeve, $1,680; casual labour, $77.90; office expenses, 
$188.42; sundries, $97.79 

Tofino:— Opr., gr. 5, W. Harvey, $1,620 (quarters $180 not included); casual 
labour, $95.83; switching calls, $30.66; materials, $174.39; sundries, $113.60 



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660 


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3,021 


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2,044 


11 


2,034 48 



Pant U— 104 

PUBLIC WORKS — TRAVAUX PUBLICS 

TELEGRAPH BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DU TELEGRAPHE-Smfe 

TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE SERVICES, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE-COWC. 
SERVICES TELEGRAPHIQUES ET TELEPHONIQUES, SERVICE ET ENTRETIEN-FtW 

Vote — Credit 330 — British Columbia — Vancouver Island District-Cone. — 
Colombie-Britannique — District de l'ile de Vancouver-Fin 

Toquart:— Opr., gr. 5, W. L. Hillier, Apr. 1-May 9, $169.84 (transferred to 
Ucluelet), T. Tugwell, May 9-Sept. 25, $526.15, F. D. Wilson, Sept. 26-Mar. 31, 
$709.16 (quarters $15 per month not included) ; removal of expenses of F. D. 
Wilson and wife from Bowen Island, $97.91; sundries, $65.21 1,568 27 

Uchucklesit:— Opr., gr. 5, A. H. Bellamy, $1,620, overtime arrears 1937-38, $76.80; 

casual labour, $91.10; sundries, $59.52 1,847 42 

Ucluelet:— Opr., gr. 5. H. J. Hillier, Apr. 1-Nov. 7, $976.50, overtime, $39.23 
(retired), W. L. Hillier, May 10-Mar. 31, $1,450.16; casual labour, $87.73; 
sundries, $159.85 2,713 47 

Vancouver:— Opr., gr. 7, J. McNeil, $2,016, overtime, $96.52, gr. 6, J. F. Christy, 
$1,680, overtime, $50.40; clerk, gr. 2, E. J. Lloyd, y. less Nov. 1-7, $1,353.17, 
overtime 96c, R. F. Park, $1,260, gr. 1, A. G. Anderson, $720; messenger. 
G. Risegari, $660; foreman lineman, H. E. Elsden, Apr. 1-Aug. 8, $672.77 
(resigned), J. R. McNeil, May 29-Mar. 31, $1,595.29; casual labour, $574.70; 
line, pole and wire rental, $330; office expenses, $237,41 11,247 22 

Victoria:— Opr., gr. 6, F. C. Munn, $1,920, overtime, $2.68; clerk, gr. 1, J. Taylor, 
$720, overtime, 92c; casual labour, $162.68; line repairs, $105.52; sundries, 
$276.72 3,188 52 

Generally: — Agents on commission, $3,338.49; switching calls, $120.95; cable and 
line repairs, H. E. Elsden and party, $507.95, J. R. McNeil, $638.05, sundries, 
$502.45; freight, cartage, etc., $1,277.57; materials, $328.04; pole, line and wire 
rental, $4,591.35; King's Printer, printing, $1,087.15, supplies, $156.89; sundries, 
$162.94 12,711 83 



$ 91,707 90 



Charged as follows: — 

Salaries 73,245 98 

Repairs (Line maintenance, wages of casual linemen and labourers, 
transportation and provisions for same; boats and scows for 

cable repairs) 4,599 98 

Materials and Supplies 2,827 51 

Pole, line and wire rentals 4,921 35 

Sundries (Rent, light and heat; stamps; freight and express; 
printing and stationery; travelling expenses for operators and 
district officers) 6,113 08 



$ 91,707 90 



Vote — Credit 331 — Telegraph and Telephone Services Generally — Services 
telegraphiques et telephoniques en general 

Killarney Line: — Telephone opr., I. Bousquet, $180; line repairs, etc., $148.10; 

office rent, $120 448 10 

Pelee Island: — Superintendent and agent, 13 m., $108.16; line repairs, $1,397.17; 
materials, Canadian Marconi Co., detailed in 1937-38, page U— 102, $170.73, 
sundries, $626.07; sundries, $210.79 2,512 92 

Timiskaming Line: — La Cie de Telephone du Nord, operation of line, 12 m 2,000 00 

Generally:— Legal services, J. Boyd McBride, $223.11; sundries, $85.57 308 68 



$ 5,269 70 



Part U— 105 
DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE-Co/k — DETAIL DES DEPENSES-Sui/r 

TELEGRAPH BRANCH-Con. — DIVISION DU TELEGRAPHE-SmVe 

RECONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS 
RECONSTRUCTION, REPARATIONS ET AMELIORATIONS 

Vote — Credit 332 — Maritime Provinces — Provinces maritimes 

Cape Breton Lines: — Labour, $4,278.30; materials, $995.89; truck, car and 

horse hire, $1,275.25; sundries, $1,445.97 $ 7,995 41 



Vote — Credit 333 — Saskatchewan & Alberta 

Athabaska-Fort McMurray Line and telephone lines in Peace River District: — 

Labour, $1,140.92; materials, $2,469.87; sundries, $757.65 4 ; 368 44 

Dore River-Ile a la Crosse Line: — Marion, A. J., clearing right of way, planting 

new poles and transferring wire, $4,800; sundries, $5 " 4,805 00 

Edmonton-Hudson Hope Line and telephone lines in Peace River District: — 

Labour, $2,369.10; materials, $1,364.29; sundries, $1,046.63 !... 4.780 02 

Lloydminster-Onion Lake Line:— Labour, $235.65; sundries, $284.19 519 84 

Sundry Lines: — Labour and materials 820 42 



$ 15,293 72 



Vote — Credit 334 — British Columbia, Northern and Yukon Districts — 
Colombie-Britannique — Districts du Nord et du Yukon 

Telegraph Creek Office:— Labour, $50; materials, $1,319.15 1,369 15 

"Wells Office: — Labour, $373.50; equipment and fittings, $1,868.27; sundries, 

$145.80 2,387 57 

Whitehorse-Dawson Line: — Labour, S2.458.50; materials, $409.75; sundries, $127.06. 2,995 31 

Sundry Lines:— Labour, $4,686.54; materials, $2,302.89; sundries, $3,246.20 10,235 63 



$ 16,987 66 



Vote — Credit 335 — British Columbia, Vancouver Island District — 
Colombie-Britannique — District de 1'D.e de Vancouver 

Simon, J.: — Supplying 3 miles cable 1,050 00 

Stephens-Ad amson Mfg. Co.:— Cable hoist, $1,554.05; freight, $37.80 1,591 85 

Labour, $1,755.85; boat and car hire, $304.19; freight and cartage, $1,049.38; 

materials, $2,159.73; sundries, $1,082.43 6,351 58 



8.993 43 



CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE SERVICES- — 

CONSTRUCTION, REPARATION ET AMELIORATIONS — SERVICES DE T£LEGRAPHE 
ET DE TELEPHONE 

Vote — Credit 597 — Nova Scotia — Nouvelle-Ecosse 

Installation of additional telephone equipment for the cable between Prince 
Edward Island and Nova Scotia: — Northern Electric Co., supplying and instal- 
ling type H carrier equipment, $4,525; cable huts, $184.80; testing facilities, 
$366.10 $ 5.075 90 



Part U— 106 

PUBLIC WORKS — TRAVAUX PUBLICS 

TELEGRAPH BRANCH- Cone. — DIVISION DU TELEGRAPHE-Fm 

CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE SERVICES 

-Cone. — CONSTRUCTION, REPARATIONS ET AMELIORATIONS — SERVICES DE 
TELEGRAPHE ET DE TELEPHONE-J^iW 

Vote — Credit 598 — Saskatchewan & Alberta 

Telephone line from He a la Crosse to Buffalo Narrows: — 

Benoit, E. E., supplying and distributing 1,440 poles 2,520 00 

Marion, A., planting new poles, stringing wire and completing line, as per contract 3,600 00 
Marion, A. J., cutting right-of-way, disposing of brush, etc., and freighting wire 

■and other materials, as per contract, $2,750, less $1,100 deducted by Dept 1,650 00 

Labour, $156.50; materials. $273.63; sundries, $190.92 621 05 



$ 8,391 05 



Vote — Credit 599 — British Columbia — Colonibie-Britannique 

Telephone line between Frangois Lake and Colleymount: — Labour, $1,287.41; 

materials, $1,147.95; sundries, $505.76 2,941 12 

Landry District Telephone Line: — Labour, $194.40; materials, $644.26; sundries, 

$76.10 914 76 

Bessborough Telephone Line:— Labour, $232.80; materials, $519.08; sundries, $136.43 888 31 

Telephone Line from Lone Butte to Bridge Lake: — Labour, $366.08; materials, 

$396.61 ; sundries, $96.54 859 23 

Upper Dog Creek Telephone Line: — Labour, $450.80; materials, $502.23; sundries, 

$256.89 1,209 92 

Telephone Line from Chilco Ranch to Big Creek Area: — Labour, $1,163.44; 

materials, Northern Electric Co., $1,453.60, sundry, $52.51; meals, etc., $278.30; 

sundries, $260.17 3,208 02 



$ 10,021 36 



GENERALLY — GENERALITES 

Vote — Credit 336 — National Gallery of Canada — Galerie nationale du Canada 

Salaries (Page U— 11) 30,277 42 

Art Exhibitions throughout Canada, Lectures and General Educational Work: — 

Advertising, $646.97; catering, Century of Canadian Art Exhibition, $657; collect- 
ing, packing and delivering pictures, $920.85; customs charges, $116.65; express, 
$3,367.95; freight and cartage, $2,221.14; insurance, $1,801.23; printing, $100.26; 
prints and photographic prints, $1,184.32; special services re art classes, exhibi- 
tions, lectures, reports, research, etc., $1,594.37; supplies, $119.41; telegrams, 
$192.66; telephone tolls, $8; travelling expenses, Marius Barbeau, $49.30; Eric 
Brown, $2,098.91; George Harbour, $24.85; H. O. McCurry, $1,008.62; J. A. 
Page, $11.34; sundries. $87.17; less, refunds of exhibition expenses, sales of 
catalogues, reproductions, etc., $1,267.60 14,943 40 

Accessions, Works of Art: — Art acquisitions: by Frangois Malepart de Beaucours, 
"Portrait of the Artist," $100; by Giovanni Bellini, "Christ Blessing," $10,000; 
by A. Y. Jackson, "Edge of the Maple Wood," $200; by Louis Jobin, one French 
Canadian wood carving, $100; by Henri Julien, six drawings, $200; by Charles 
Lebrun, "Battle Between Hercules and Centaurs at the Cave of Aeolus," $1,703.33; 
by Claude de Lorrain, "The Temple of Bacchus, Evening," on account, $1,629.81; 
by Nathan Petroff, "Modern Times," $25; by Rembrandt, "Portrait of the Artist," 
$30,000; by H. Rigaud, "Portrait of the Artist with his Wife and Daughter," 
$1,391.87; by Andrea del Sarto, "Madonna and Child," $6,813.33; by Sir 
Anthony Van Dyck, "Christ Blessing Little Children," balance due, $3,585; 
pictures collected by A. P. Oppe, $2,936.27; customs charges, $11.55; prints, 
$1,237.93; sundries, $54.32 59,988 41 

Printing, Reproductions, Catalogues and Stationery: — Books, $465.68; customs 
charges, $26.76; engravings, $300; King's Printer, $2,782.56; nickeltypes, $51.97; 
outside printing, catalogues, $1,225.79, sundry, $115.39; prints, $1,082.86; sub- 
scriptions, Art Index, 1938, $200, periodicals, $30.41; sundries, $162.47; less 
sales of catalogues and reproductions, etc., $868.77 5,575 12 



Part U— 107 
DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE-Con. — DETAIL DES DEPENSES-Smte 



GENERALLY-Con. — GENERALITES-Suife 

Vote — Credit 336 — National Gallery of Canada-Cone. — Galerie nationale du 

Canada-Fin 

Workshops and Sundry Expenses: — Artists' materials. $431.97; engraved plates, 
$135.94; express, $54.74; freight and cartage. $117.15; materials, $1,002.25; 
photographic supplies, $469.84; periodicals. $409.54; postage, $116.80; special 
services, $315.25; supplies, $603.61; telegrams, $306.81; telephone tolls, $58.13; 
sundries. $406.12; less refunds, $212.50 4,215 65 



$ 115,000 00 



Vote — Credit 600 — To authorize, subject to the approval of the Governor in 
Council, appointment of such extra temporary officers, clerks and employees 
as may be necessary to carry out the purpose of any item in the Supple- 
mentary Estimates, payment therefor to be made from the particular item 
with respect to which such extra assistance is required or from this item 
— Pour autoriser, avec l'approbation du Gouverneur en son Conseil, la nomi- 
nation des fonctionnaires, commis et employes surnumeraires requis pour 
atteindre le but vise par tout article du present Budget supplementaire, le 
paiement des dits employes devant se faire a meme le montant pourvu a 
l'article particulier pour lequel ces aides surnumeraires sont requis ou a 
meme le montant pourvu par le present article 

Salaries and Wages: — 
Architect's Staff: — 

Ottawa: asst. architect, W. G. Davis, June 7 -Mar. 25, $2,161.45; H. Desrosiers, 
June 8-Mar. 31, $2,197.50; jr. architect, J. R. Ouellette, June 14-Mar. 31, 
$1,435; architectural draftsman, G. H. Lefort, June 16-Mar. 31, $1,345.77, 
A. Quesnel, June 8-Mar. 31, $1,220.84; clerk of works, gr. 4. R. N. Jago, 
June 23-Mar. 31, $2,224; specification writer, J. Adam, June 7-Mar. 31, 
less H d. in Oct., $2,145.35; structural eng.. A. McNicholl, July 14- Mar. 31, 
$2,016.45; clerks, stem, etc., J. J. Bogue, June 13-Mar. 31, $1,104. A. Des- 
chambault, June 7-Mar. 31, $980, T. Fuller, Nov. 21-Mar. 31 less 1 d. in 
Jan., $494.62, R. Hebert, June 7-Mar. 31. $980, F. E. Hogan, July 4-Mar. 31, 
$535.16, M. Kehoe, June 7-Mar. 31. $980, R. Larose, June 7-Mar. 31, $588, 
F. H. Lauder, June 7_Mar. 31, $1,127, A. Moreault, June 11-Mar. 31, 
$580, E. O'Hara. Jan. 26-Mar. 31, $131.61, G. Pinard, June 7-Mar. 31, 
$980, W. G. St. John, Aug. 17-Mar. 31, $748.39, A. Sauve, June 8-Mar. 31, 
$879, R. Schrvburt, June 10 noon-Mar. 31, $581, G. Wilkinson, June 7- 

Mar. 31, $588 26,023 14 

Engineer's Staff: — 

Halifax: asst. eng.. A. J. McDonald, June 6-Mar. 31, $2,065; draftsman, W. A. 
W.ard, July 4-Mar. 31, $1,112.90; stem, gr. 1, L. A. Turner, Feb. 3-Mar. 
31, $115.71 3,293 61 

Saint John: stem, gr. 1, M. Darling. June 10-Nov. 30, $342, J. McQuade, 

Dec-Mar., $240 582 00 

Montreal: asst. eng.. F. Deslauriers, Sept. 16-Mar. 31, $1,365; draftsman, 
L. Trudeau, June 6-Mar. 31, $1,229.17; clerks, stem, etc., L. Biron. Jan. 7- 
Mar. 31, $168.39, S. Radiker, Julv 4-Jan. 3, $360, M. Sauriol, Oct. 29. 
Mar. 31, $433.23 3,555 79 

Quebec: asst. eng.. M. Archer. Nov. 7-Mar. 31, $1,008, G. Dufour, July 12- 

Mar. 31, $1,815.48, G. Lajoie, June 9-Mar. 31. $2,044 4,867 48 

Rimouski: asst. eng., R. Joncas, June 8-Feb. 15, $1,743.50; draftsman, R. Bertin, 
June 7-Mar. 31, $1,225; stem, V. Dupere, June 7-Mar. 31, less I d. in June, 
$978.34 3,946 84 

Cornwall: asst. eng., F. Stidwell, Aug. 22-Sept. 14 165 74 

Fort William: asst. eng., H. Os, June 10-Mar. 31, $2,037; stem, F. Maltase, 
Aug. 22 noon-Mar. 31, $438.39, D. White, June 7-Aug. 15, less 3 d. in 
Aug., $131.23 2,606 62 

London: jr. eng., D. McKav. June 15-Mar. 31. $1,620.67; draftsman, J. Insell, 

June 15-Mar. 31, $1,1-91.67; clerk. K. Calvert, June 7-Sept. 3, $333.50 3,145 84 

Ottawa: jr. eng., J. Dusseault, Oct. 18 noon-Mar. 31, $924.03, J. Leroux, 
June 24-Oct. 6 noon, $579.83; clerks, stem, etc., T. Bouvrette, June 7- 
Mar. 31, $980, E. Baker. July 2- Jan. 11, $632.25, T. L. Burns, June 7-Mar. 31, 
$1,960, F. Byrne, Jan. 19-Mar. 23, $216.13, A. Carisse, Oct. 3 noon-Mar. 31, 
$591.93, W. Cunningham, June 10-Mar. 31, $1,552, J. F. D'Amours, June 10 



Part U— 108 

PUBLIC WORKS — TRAVAUX PUBLICS 



GENERALLY- Con. — GENERALITES-Swite 

Vote — Credit 600 — To authorize, subject to the approval of the Governor in 
Council, appointment of such extra temporary officers, clerks and employees 
as may be necessary to carry out the purpose of any item in the Supple- 
mentary Estimates, payment therefor to be made from the particular item 
with respect to which such extra assistance is required or from this item 
-Cone. — Pour autoriser, avec l'approbation du Gouverneur en son Conseil, 
la nomination des fonctionnaires, commis et employes surnumeraires requis 
pour atteindre le but vise par tout article du present budget supplemental, 
le paiement des dits employes devant se faire a meme le montant pourvu 
a Particle particulier pour lequel ces aides surnumeraires sont requis ou a 
meme le montant pourvu par le present article-Fin 

Salaries and Wages-Cone. 
Engineer's Staff-Cowc. 

Ottawa-Cone. 
noon-Oet. 3 noon, $376.39, T. Deschambault, June 7-Nov. 22, $553.33, G. 
Dumoulin, Nov. 28-Mar. 31, $410, G. Giroux, July 13-Jan. 9. $590.32, R. E. 
Jackson, June 10-Mar. 31, $970. S. Lamarche, June 13-Mar. 31, $960, 
G. Lepine, June 7-Mar. 31, $588, H. A. Mercier, June 7-Mar. 31, $1,037.09, 
E. Mulhall, June 7-Mar. 31, $980, M. Roeque, June 12 noon-July 13 noon, 
$101.98, W. P. Telfer, June 11-Mar. 31, $966.67, B. Unger, Jan. 11-14, $12.90; 
test-boring foremen, A. E. Dickie, July 19-Mar. 31, $1,305, J. A. Villandre, 
June 8-Mar. 31, $1,513.83 17,801 68 

Toronto: asst. eng., R. E. McArthur, June 7-Dec. 23, $1,367.03 (deceased), 
J. J. "Phillips, .Jan. 17-Mar. 31, $521.61; jr. eng., P. E. Nicklin, June 7- 
Mar. 31, $1,666; draftsmen, K. W. Krumm, Sept. 2 noon-Mar. 31, $868.75, 
C. A. Roch, May 19-Mar. 31, $1.302.42 5,725 81 

New Westminster: asst. eng., F. W. Anderson, June 27-Mar. 31, $1,918, C. W. 
Lowman, June 14-Mar. 31, $2,009; jr. eng., C. W. Buckle, June 15-Mar. 31, 
$1,620.67; engineering clerk, H. G. Cox, Sept. 19-Mar. 31, $960; stem, 
N. Lunan, June 14-Mar. 31, $574 7,081 67 

$ 78,796 22 



Vote — Credit 601 — To provide for balance required to complete any projects 
already undertaken, no new works to be undertaken — Pour pourvoir au 
soldo requis pour completer tout projet deja en voie d'execution mais non 
de nouveaux travaux 

Buildings: — 
Nova Scotia — 

Halifax Ordnance Building: architect's fees, A. R. Cobb, $8,750, less $2,500 

paid in 1937-38, page U— 103 6,250 00 

Lunenburg Public Building, J. N. Kenny, detailed in 1937-38, page U— 103 1,617 38 

Quebec — 

Montreal Point St. Charles Armoury, legal services, L. A. Derome 134 35 

Montreal Postal Terminal, balances held in 1937-38, J. L. Guay & Frere, Ltee., 

paving, $550, Ross & Maedonald, architect, $27.50 577 50 

Weedon, purchase of building for postal purposes, J. A. Plourde, held in 

1937-38, page U— 105 40 00 

Ontario — 

Kingston, ordnance machine shop, T. A. Andre, held in 1937-38, page U — 106. ... 84 47 

Kirkland Lake, public building, P. Hjertholm, held in 1936-37, page U— 13 150 00 

North Bay, public building addition: D. Barker, held in 1937-38, page U— 106, 

$500; architect's fees, P. J. O'Gorman, $12.50 512 50 

Ottawa Justic Building, bronze directory sign, complete with letters 246 00 

Port Arthur, coronation decorations 2 65 

Manitoba — 

Roblin Public Building: cement sidewalk, $270; additional well boring, final 

setlement, J. Hartmeir & Sons, $265.40; heating alterations, $61.65 597 05 

Saskatchewan — 

East End Post Office, alterations 168 35 

British Columbia — 

Esquimalt Dry Dock, residence for foreman-carpenter, A. Lockley, contract, 

$4,850, extra work, $116, less $4,500 paid in 1937-38, page U— 94 466 00 

Vancouver Public Building: fittings complete, Carter-Halls-Aldinger Co., Ltd., 
$84,475, less $71,010 paid in 1937-38. page U— 109; architect's fees, J. Y. 
McCarter, $342.88; electrical work, $66.99 13,874 87 



Pairt U— 109 
DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE-Co/*. — DETAIL DES DEPENSES-Sm'te 



GENERALLY- Cone. — GENERALITES -Fin 

Vote — Credit 601 — To provide for balance required to complete any projects 
already undertaken, no new works to be undertaken-Conc. — Pour pourvoir 
au solde requis pour completer tout projet deja en voie d'execution mais 
non de nouveaux travaux-Fin 

Harbour and River Works: — 
Nova Scotia — 

Arichat, wharf repairs: J. C. Gaudet, balance contract work 156 87 

Arrow Point, completion of breakwater: labour, $290.70; materials, $19.45... 310 15 

Bayfield, dredging: Beacon Dredging Co., in full and final payment 1,121 40 

Hillside (Green's Point), wharf: legal services, $91.12; lumber, $58.04 149 16 

Seal Island, breakwater, $5; Sydney, public wharf, $77.90 82 90 

Turpentine Island, wharf: labour, $475.80; materials, $295.95; sundries, $27.. 798 75 

New Brunswick — 

Bass River, dredging: dredging basin, $799.60; sundries, $102.25 901 85 

Portage Island, construction of breastworks: labour, materials and delivery.. 835 59 

St. Louis River, wharf: J. P. Richard, detailed in 1937-38, U — 114 269 05 

Quebec; — 

Baie St. Paul, protection work: legal services, E. de Sales La Terriere 449 00 

Boucherville, protection work: Duromastic Asphalt, Ltd., balance contract work 975 21 

Carleton, wharf extension: L. Lemieux, Ltee, balance contract work 500 00 

Dune du Sud, M. I., breakwater: L. Lemieux, Ltee, balance contract work.... 503 75 
Etang du Nord, M.I., harbour improvements: Lemieux & Harney, balance con- 
tract work 109 44 

Granby, protection work, $47.28; Havre Aubert. M.I., $63.85 Ill 13 

Riviere des Feves, survey: Quebec Dept. of Agriculture, labour, etc 742 01 

St. Antoine de Latulippe, wharf reconstruction: legal services 40 30 

St. Etienne de Malbaie, wharf improvements: M. Tremblay & E. Boies, balance 

contract work 280 50 

Ste Flavie, wharf extension: Santerre & Belanger, balance contract work 679 16 

Ontario — 

Bracebridge : registrar's fees 10 40 

Fort William, dredging: National Dock & Dredging Corp., Ltd., detailed with 

Port Arthur harbour improvements, U — 92 512 75 

Kingsville, dredging: A. B. McLean & Sons, contract work complete, $5,415.54, 

less $2,986.13 paid in 1937-38. U— 118; inspection, $84.50 2,513 91 

Meaford, reconstruction of harbour works: Russell Construction Co., detailed 

in 1937-38, U— 118 391 85 

Port Arthur, harbour improvements: National Dock & Dredging Corp., Ltd., 

detailed with Port Arthur harbour improvements, U — 92 644 16 

Wallaceburg, wharf extension and warehouse: contract work complete, P. G. 
Piggott Lumber Co., $10,572.76, less $9,545.97 paid in 1937-38, U— 119; 

sundries, $11.90 1,038 69 

Windermere. $20.90; Wolseley Bay, purchase price of water lot, $100 120 90 

Manitoba — Grand Marais, wharf: Nelson River Construction, Ltd., detailed in 

1937-38, U— 120 173 36 

Alberta — Fort Chipewyan, wharf extension: Larock & Letendre, detailed in 

1937-38, U— 121 337 19 

British Columbia — 

Courtenay River Slough, floats: gasoline 66 10 

Mayne Island, wharf improvements: Victoria Pile Driving Co., Ltd., contract 

work complete, $7,732.52, less $7,002.11 paid in 1937-38, U— 122 730 41 

Roads and Bridges: — Matapedia Bridge, repairs and improvements: Construction 
de Rimouski, contract work complete, $13,360.23, less $12,771 paid in 1937-38, 

U— 85 589 23 

Telegraph and Telephone Lines: — Killarney, telephone line: labour, 548.10; travel, 

$144.75; materials, $189.45; sundries, $254.36 1,136 66 

$ 42,002 95 



Vote — Credit 75 — Unforeseen Expenses — Depenses imprevues 

Canadian Legion, Remembrance Day wreath, $100; Scrim's, wreath for Canadian 

Corps Reunion ceremony, Toronto, $20 $ 120 00 



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SUPERANNUATION AND RETIREMENT BENEFITS 
PENSIONS ET ALLOCATIONS DE RETRAITE 

Under Statute — Statutaire — Gratuities, under Chapter 22, Sec. 56, R.S.C., 
1927 — Gratifications, en vertu du chapitre 22, art. 56, S.R.C., 1927 

Gratuities of two months' salary of deceased employees: G. K. Ashbv, Nelson, 
$210; F. Brophy, Saskatoon, $190; F. Deavy. Ottawa, $250; J. J. Dore, Vancouver, 
$600; J. Graham, London. $390; J. Kehoe. Kingston, $230; E. L. Kelly, Arnprior, 
$210; J. H. Landry, Montreal, $650; G. F. Lanigan, Ottawa, $120; O. B. Leclerc, 
Quebec, $243.32; H. E. Lynch, Brantford. $200; E. T. Martin, Halifax, $210; 
A. A. Metivier, Montreal, $200: W. C. Morash, Halifax. $260; L. E. Pence, 
Rock Bay, $276; O. Pineault, Montreal. $170; A. P. Trudel, Ottawa, $450; 
S. Woodhall. Montreal, $200; T. Wyers, Toronto, $190 $ 5,249 32 



AGRICULTURE 

Vote — Credit 502 — New Buildings for Science Services (Belleville, Ont. 
Entomological Laboratory, P.C. H— 2262, Sep. 15, 1938) — Nouveaux bati- 
ments pour services scientifiques (Belleville, Ont. Laboratoire d'entomologie, 
C.P. 61— 2262, 15 sept. 1938) 

Belleville, Ont., addition to Entomological Laboratory: — Construction complete, 
F. R. Wilford & Co., Ltd., P.C. 2345, September 29, 1937, $34,312.39, less $28,220 
paid in 1937-38 and $500 held; architect's fees, J. A. Thomson, $1,715.61, less 
$1,581.44 paid in 1937-38 and $25 held $ 5,701 56 



CHIEF ENGINEER'S BRANCH — DIVISION DE LTNGENIEUR EN CHEF 
Special — Special 

CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS, HARBOURS AND RIVERS 
CONSTRUCTION, REPARATIONS ET AMELIORATIONS, PORTS ET RIVIERES 

Vote — Credit 581 — Nova Scotia — Nouvelle-Ecosse 

Abbott's Harbour, Wharf :— Labour, $3,779.56; materials, $2,775.79 6,555 35 

Battery Point (Victoria Beach), Breakwater Extension: — Labour, $3,196.54; 

materials, $3,762.09; sundries, $15.48 6,974 11 

Baxter's Harbour, Breakwater Extension: — Labour, $3,720.69; materials, $3,170.50; 

sundries, $99.56 6,990 75 

Bear River, Dredging: — Contract complete, St. John Dredging Co. Ltd., $16,943.63; 

advertising, $68.05; inspection, $866.95; sundries, $118.04 17,996 67 

Bridgewater, Dredging: — Contract, Beacon Dredging Co., on account, $3,754.65; 

advertising, $34.09; inspection, $184.75; sundries, $32.72 4,006 21 

Broad Cove Marsh, Breakwater Repairs: — Labour, $2,449.63; timber, $5,364.48; 

sundry materials, $1,632.72 9,446 83 

Brooklyn, Breakwater Repairs and Improvements: — Contract complete, Founda- 
tion Maritime, Ltd., $22,148.92 less $2,218.92 paid in 1939-40; advertising, $94.54; 

inspection, $1,168.12; sundries, $167.05 21,359 71 

Cape St. Mary's, Breakwater Reconstruction: — Labour, $6,761.45; timber, 

$4,159.94; sundry materials, $2,523.75; sundries, $606.76 14,051 90 

Caribou, Harbour Improvements:— Contract, J. P. Porter & Sons, Ltd., on account, 

$7,835.82; advertising, $136.90; inspection, $972.90; labour, $796.79; sundries, 

$257.64 10,000 05 

Carleton Village, Breakwater: — Labour, $1,919.05; legal services, $115.80; 

materials, $2,638.49; sundries, $106.50; purchase price of property, $200 4,979 84 

Comeauville. Breakwater: — Advertising, $84.70; printing, $1.97 86 67 

Cribbin's Point, Dredging: — Contract, Beacon Dredging Co., Ltd., on account, 

$9,349.93; advertising, $49.30; inspection, $263; sundries $10.23 9,672 46 

Dartmouth, Wharf Repairs:— Labour, $9,185.02; timber, $8,730.91; sundry 

materials, etc., $2,242.60 20,158 53 

Dayspring, Wharf :— Labour, $2,499.58; legal services, $67.60; timber, $1,376.13; 

sundries, $390.61 4,333 92 



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Special-Con. — Special-Suite 

CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS, HARBOURS AND RIVERS-Coh. 
CONSTRUCTION, REPARATIONS ET AMELIORATIONS, PORTS ET RIVIERES -Suite 

Vote — Credit 581 — Nova Scotia-Con. — Nouvelle-Ecosse-Suite 

Digby. Dredging: — Contract complete, St. John Dry Dock & Shipbuilding Co., 

Ltd., $29,342.48; advertising, $58.83; inspection, $174.50; sundries, $200.04 29,775 85 

Dingwall. Harbour Improvements: — Advertising, $184.41; dredging with slaekline 

excavator, $4,734.89: labour, $3,202.24; sundry materials, $1,162.57; sundries, 

$146.83 9,430 94 

East River, Dredging: — Contract complete, Beacon Dredging Co. Ltd., $8,668.08; 

advertising, $57.40; inspection. $242.60; sundries, $138.10 9,106 18 

Estmere, Wharf: — Legal services 40 38 

Fourchu, Wharf Reconstruction: — Contract complete, S. W. Hagerty, $7,893.60; 

advertising, $76; inspection, $290.40; printing, $1.97 8.261 97 

Fourchu, Dredging: — Contracts complete. Fundy Construction Co. Ltd., $25,172.17 

less $8,043.06 paid in 1939-40, MacMillan Construction & Lumber Co. Ltd., 

$21,111.33 less $13,662.34 paid in 1937-38; inspection, $1,884; labour, $573.30; 

materials, etc., $323.90 27,359 30 

Framboise, Breakwater Extension: — Labour, $1,276.81; lumber, $1,501.30; sundry 

materials, etc., $1,720.84 4,498 95 

Hantsport, Wharf Extension: — Labour, $2,233.70; materials, etc., $2,065.98 4,299 68 

John's Island, Breakwater-Wharf :— Labour, $3,249.09 materials, $2,178.98; 

sundries, $52.33 5,480 40 

Johnstown (North Pond): — Labour, $1,113.55; legal services, $154.83; purchase 

price of property, $53.65 ; materials, $2,942.58 4,264 61 

La Have, Dredging:— Contract, Beacon Dredging Co, Ltd., on account, $2,419.64; 

advertising, $16; inspection, $157.50 2,593 14 

La Pointe (Cheticamp Point), Wharf Repairs: — Labour, $3,795.22; materials, etc., 

$6,206.95; sundries, $225.18 10,227 35 

L'Archeveque, Breakwater: — Contract complete, M. A. Condon, $7,900.95; advertis- 
ing. $80.19; inspection, $210.10; printing, $2.04 8,193 28 

Larry's River. Dredging: — Contract complete, Fundy Construction Co. Ltd., 

$24,503.31; advertising, $48.16; inspection, $691.50; sundries, $63.27... 25,306 24 

Liverpool, Dredging: — Contract complete, St. John Dry Dock & Shipbuilding Co., 

Ltd., $29,280.63; advertising, $62.40; inspection, $288.50; sundries, $98.66 29,730 19 

Lloyd's Cove, BreakAvater Extension: — Labour, $4,435.25; materials, $4,135.16; 

sundry, $27 8,597 41 

Louis Head, Breakwater:— Labour, $1,446.70; materials, $847.74; sundries, $53.15. 2,347 59 

Lunenburg, Dredging: — Contract, Beacon Dredging Co., Ltd., on account, $11,765.25; 

advertising, $16; inspection, $369; sundries, $95.98 12,246 23 

Mabou Bridge, Dredging: — 

Dredge No. 13: Eng.-master, J. Amos, $1,012; asst. eng., H. M. Jackson, $589.23; 

crew, $1,500; operating expenses, $2,554.18; repairs, $3,068.60; sundries, $133.24 8,857 25 

Tug Fredericton: Eng., E. Doyle, $17.50; crew, $1,052.51; sundries. $312.72.. 1,382 73 

Tug Lisgar: Crew, $1,855.08; operating expenses and repairs, $2,140.36; winter- 
ing, etc., $175; sundries, $49.05 4,219 49 

HA59 J,7 
Margaree Harbour, Repairs to Pier:— Labour, $3,137.89; timber, $3,364.58; 

sundry materials, $1,361.27; sundries, $135.05 7,998 79 

Margaree Island, Extension to Wharf and Pier: — Labour, $3,334.93; materials, 

$6,964.42 10,299 35 

Meat Cove, Wharf Replacement:— Labour, $2,838.91; materials, $3,620.38 6,459 29 

Meteghan, Breakwater Repairs:— Labour, $3,845.83; materials, etc., $2,541.90 6,387 73 

Middle Island, Breakwater and Skidway:— Labour, $2,898.30; legal services, $23.10; 

materials, $2,871.62 5,793 02 

Middle Point Cove, Breakwater:— Labour, $1,730.27; legal services, $66.43; 

materials, $1,883.84 3,680 54 

Mill Cove, Breakwater Extension:— Contract complete, R. A. Douglas, $24,163.06; 

advertising, $103.98; inspection, $591.34; printing, $42.36 24,900 74 

Mulgrave (Pirate Harbour), to Purchase and Repair Wharf: — Labour, $1,705.95; 

materials, $775.84; purchase price of property, Mrs. M. Maguire, $2,000; 

sundries, $75.03 ' : 4,556 82 

Xorth West Cove (Tancook), Breakwater Extension: — Contract complete, R. A. 

Douglas, $10,684.45; advertising, $83.70; inspections, $351.45; printing, $2.98 11,122 58 

Pictou Island, Breakwater: — Advertising, $88.94; legal services, $41.49; printing, 

$43.69; purchase price of land, $100 274 12 



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Vote — Credit 581 — Nova Scotia-Cone. — Nouvelle-Ecosse-Fin 

Pictou Landing, Harbour Improvements: — Contracts complete,* Beacon Dredging 

Co. Ltd., $7,054.59, MacMillan Construction & Lumber Co., $34,655.94 less 

$28,700 paid in 1937-38; advertising, $63.59; inspection, $389.10; labour, 

$2,556.50 ; materials, $6,870.73 ; printing, $4.35 22,894 80 

Poirierville, Wharf Extension:— Labour, $2,534.47; materials, $6,668.13 9,202 60 

Port Hood, closing Northern Entrance: — Contract complete, M. A. Condon, 

$55,253.33 less $8,800 paid in 1937-38; inspection, $543.95; labour, $222.95; 

sundries, $63.15 47,283 38 

Port Maitland, Harbour Improvements: — Contract complete, J. N. Kenney, 

$40,383.44; advertising, $76.52; inspection, $965.81; sundries, $3.11 41,428 88 

Portuguese Cove, Breakwater Repairs: — Derrick, boat hire, $425; labour, $5,141.70; 

materials, $3,337.84 8,904 54 

Pugwash, Warehouse:— Labour, $999.98; materials, $1,826.26 2,826 24 

Rockdale, Breakwater Extension:— Labour, $2,290.50; materials, $5,346.02 7,636 52 

St. Mary's River, Dredging: — Contract complete, J. P. Porter & Sons, Ltd., 

$106,972.97 less $48,083.56 paid in 1937-38 and $11,716.14 in 1939-40; advertising, 

$54.97; inspection, $666.35; labour, $144.20; materials, $158.76; printing, $2.45.. 48,200 00 
Seal Island West, Breakwater Repairs:— Labour, $2,871.49; materials, $2,485.30; 

sundries, $238.50 5,595 29 

Ship Harbour, Wharf Extension:— Labour, $1,575.50; materials, $2,026.54; 

sundries, $43.20 3,645 24 

Skinner's Cove, Partial Reconstruction of Pier: — Contract complete, C. Sproull, 

$9,775.40; inspection, $253.43 10,028 83 

Tibbo's Cove, Breakwater: — La.bour, $2,995.80; materials, $2,485.48; sundries, 

$93.25 5,574 53 

Walker's Cove, Harbour Improvements:— Labour, $936.86; materials, $4,588.87... 5,525 73 

West Advocate, Protection Work:— Labour, $1,123.65; materials, $2,176.22 3,299 87 

Westmount (North), Cribwork Extension to Wharf: — Labour, $2,635.10; materials, 

$2,263.47 4,898 57 

Westport (South), Breakwater: — Contract complete, T. P. Charleson, $9,065.30 

less $6,930 paid in 1937-38; labour, $125 2,260 30 

Weymouth, to Purchase and Reconstruct Wharf: — Labour, $413.40; legal services, 

$38.55; materials, $2,435.24; purchase price of property, J. G. Belliveau, $2,500; 

sundries, $17.48 5,404 67 

$ 668,915 13 



Vote — Credit 582 — Prince Edward Island — He du Prince-Edouard 

Basin Head, Boat harbour: — Contract work, North Shore Const. Co., $8,643.40; 

inspection, $276; labour, $2,819.76; supplies, $585.58 12,324 74 

Belfast, Wharf repairs:— Labour, $2,474.19; supplies, $2,882.83; sundries, $41.20.. 5,398 22 

Belle River Harbour, Breakwater extension: — Labour, $1,815.53; supplies, 

$3,559.41 ; sundries, $59.87 5,434 81 

Boughton Island, Wharf :— Labour, $1,927.70; material, $3,682.16; sundries, $7.97.. 5,617 83 

Canoe Cove, Breakwater:— Labour, $2,653.21; material, $8,496.80; trucking, $164.81; 

sundries, $84.50 11,399 32 

Malpeque (Kier's Shore), Wharf repairs:— Labour, $1,676.82; material, $2,651.95; 

sundries, $153.21 4,481 98 

Mont Carmel, Breakwater extension: — Labour, $1,679.80; material, $1,872.30; 

sundries, $54.49 3,606 59 

Summerside, To take over and reconstruct Queen's Wharf: — Contract work, North 

Shore Construction Co., $13,320.22; inspection, $386.96; legal services, $45.70; 

sundries, $42.75 13,795 63 

Wood Island, Harbour: — Asst. engineer, R. G. White, 8 m., $1,680; inspection, 

$905; labour, $364.88; travelling expenses, $92.16; material, $549.02; advertising 

and printing, $208.28; sundries, $46.22; contract work, Dominion Construction 

Corporation, $99,140 102,985 56 

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CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS, HARBOURS AND RIVERS-Oo/l. 
CONSTRUCTION, REPARATIONS ET AMELIORATIONS, PORTS ET RIVIERES-Sttife 

Vote — Credit 583 — New Brunswick — Nouveau-Branswick 

Bathurst, Wharf: — Contract work, T. C. Gorman Const. Co., on account, $29,830; 

inspector of construction, $630; advertising, $150.44; legal services, $125.55; 

sundries, $143.38 30,879 37 

Black's Harbour, Wharf extension:— Advertising, $87.86; printing, $37.39 125 25 

Botsford, Breakwater: — Purchase price of property, $125; advertising, $116.86; 

printing, $2.45 244 31 

Buctouche, Wharf repairs: — Advertising, $114.65; printing, $2.64 117 29 

Campbellton, Wharf improvements and repairs: — Contract work, Aiken & 

MacLachlan, on account, $40,980; inspection, $371.61; advertising, $149.81; 

purchase of property, $250; repairs, labour, $22,663.01; materials, $2,228.06; 

sundries, $197.76 66,840 25 

Caraquet (Young Wharf), Dredging: — Contract, work complete, Federal Dredging 

Co., $11,811.53; inspection, $307.75; sundries, $54.14 12,173 42 

Caraquet (Young Wharf), Extension: — Contract work, complete, C. L. Comeau, 

$17,366; inspection, etc., $375.83 17,741 83 

Chockfish, Repairs to breakwaters: — Contract work, complete, Laflamme & 

Laflamme, $30,201.81; inspection, $358.88; advertising, $133.46; printing, $2.52.. 30,696 67 

Colwell's, Wharf repairs:— Labour, $888.60; materials, etc., $1,202.19 2,090 79 

Dipper Harbour, Dredging: — Contract work, complete, St. John Dredging Co., 

$4,770.75; inspection, $280.07; advertising, $20.37 5,071 19 

Durham, Wharf repairs: — Labour, $1,529; creosoted timber, $1,239.11; sundry 

material, etc., $1,792.97 4,561 08 

Inner Wood Harbour, Wharf repairs and extension: — Labour, $2,220.52; sundry 

materials, etc., $1,622.25 3,842 77 

Kennebecasis Ferry landing, Repairs: — Labour, $3,957.68; timber, $4,283.53; 

hardware, $857.58; rock, $688.90; sundries, $41.10 9,828 79 

Lameque, Wharf repairs: — Contract work, J. J. Robichaud, $27,407.90; inspection, 

$664.93 28,072 83 

Middle Caraquet, Dredging: — Contract work, Federal Dredging Co., $4,735.28; 

inspection, $202; sundries, $39.51 4,976 79 

Miramichi Bay, Dredging: — Contract work, Boone Dredging Co., on account, 

$8,280.54; inspection, $233.95; surveys, $375.90; sundries, $108.55 8,998 94 

Miscou, Wharf repairs: — Contract work, Diamond Const. Co., on account, 

$19,463.77; inspection, $402.70; sundries, $133.53 20,000 00 

McLean's Gully (Baie Ste. Anne), Dredging: — removing shoal, $4,444.66; inspec- 
tion of work, $137; survey, $11.80 4,593 46 

Pointe du Chene, Repairs and improvements to wharf: — Contract work, Diamond 

Const. Co., on account, $3,490; labour, $2,609.40; stone, $4,091.35; timber, 

$1,722.59; sundries, $623.51 12,536 85 

Point Sapin, Pier:— Contract work, J. E. & D. P. Connolly, $29,297.95; inspection, 

$427.55 29,725 50 

Richibucto Harbour, Dredging: — Contract work, LeBlanc & Leger, $7,147.99; 

inspection, $455.90; surveys, $392.28; sundries, $473.10 8,469 27 

Richibucto (Forbes Wharf), Improvements:— Labour, $1,812.52; creosoted timber, 

$1,788.94 ; sundry material, etc., $1,238.51 4,839 97 

Richibucto Beach, Breakwater repairs and breastworks: — Labour, $1,781.04; 

materials, $2,408.54; boat hire, $181.20 4,370 78 

Richibucto Cape, Breakwater repairs: — Labour, $2,729.15; sundry material, etc., 

$1,261.57 3,990 72 

Shippigan Gully, Repairs to breastworks and breakwaters: — Contract work, 

Laflamme & Laflamme, $31,487.32; inspection, $749.93 32,237 25 

St. Andrew's, Dredging: — Contract work, St. John Dredging Co., $18,856.56; 

inspection, $697.02; surveys, $171.60; sundries, $264.96 19,990 14 

Saint John Harbour, Repairs to wharfs and low water landings at Partridge 

Island: — Labour, $5,006.30; taking men to and from work, $636; materials, 

$1,019.99 .' 6,662 29 

St. Simon Dredging: — Contract work, Maritime Dredging & Supply Co., $4,803.56; 

inspection, $316.91 ; advertising, $22.44 5,142 91 

Tabusintac, Wharf extension and dredging: — Labour, $1,718.71; removing shoal, 

$2,797.06; timber, $2,093.04; sundry materials, $859.20; sundries, $260.70 7,728 71 

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Vote — Credit 583 — New Brunswick-Cone. — Nouveau-Brunswick-Fin 

Tracadie Harbour, Dredging:— Services of dredge No. 12: Engineer-master, C. C. 

Hannon, $1,920; engineer, E. Ferguson, $1,160.95; wages of crew, $5,356.80; 

board, $1,848.70; travel of crew, $87.80; coal, $3,982.49; sundry operating 

expenses and repairs, $6,197.34 20,554 08 

Victoria Bridge, Wharf :— Labour, $4,603.55; stone, $1,217.41; timber, $3,192.29; 

sundries, $1,427.11 10,440 36 

White's Bluff, Wharf repairs:— Labour, $2,524.43; cement, $1,461.30; sundry 

materials, etc., $931.48 4,917 21 

White Head Island (Grand Manan), Dredging: — Contract work, St. John 

Dredging Co., $18,256.15; inspection, $410.99; advertising, $20.37 18,687 51 

$ 441,148 58 



Vote — Credit 584 — Quebec — Quebec 

Anse au Beaufils, Harbour improvements: — Labour, $710.57; materials, etc., 

$1.077.11 1,787 68 

Anse au Griffon, Extension to breastwork: — Labour, $3,369.30; materials, etc., 

$1,740.89 5,110 19 

Bagotville, Wharf repairs: — Contract work, Lajoie & Rochette, $28,788.55 lees 

$10,480 paid in 1937-38; inspection, $645 18,953 55 

Baie St. Paul, Protection work extension: — Sundries 215 21 

Beloeil, Protection work: — Engineers, A. Forest, $60, F. Lussier, $64; labour, 

$1,695.27; stone, E. Lavallee, $1,065; sundry materials, $3,492.77 6,377 04 

Beauport, Completion of training wall: — Labour, $2,306.50; stone, etc., P. E. Parent, 

$1,598.85; sundry materials, etc., $2,498.21 6,403 56 

Bergeronnes (Point a John) Wharf: — Contract work, Fournier & Montminy, 

balance of contract, $4,334.96; inspection, $415; sundries, $1.50 4,751 46 

Berthier (Chenal du Nord) Dredging: — Contract work, Marine Industries Ltd., 

$10,772.90; inspection, $192.50; labour, $897.50; materials, etc.. $467.40 12,330 30 

Berthierville, Protection wall and icebreaker: — Contract work, Kelly Bros., $9,610; 

inspection, $430; labour, $1,318.33; materials, etc., F. Armstrong, $4,212.53; 

sundry accounts, $1,183.33 16,754 19 

Black Cape (Howatson's Point) Wharf: — Contract work, L. Lemieux, Ltd., $35,730; 

inspection, $350; materials, etc., $251.48 36,331 48 

Bonaventure, Rebuilding protection work: — Labour, $4,320.45; timber, T. Arsenault, 

$1,191.63, Babin & Freres, $1,318.88, J. R. Belisle, $1,353.48, C. F. Guite, $1,191.60; 

materials, etc., $3,664.37 13,040 41 

Bromptonville, Protection Work: — Engineers, F. Deslauriers, $155, F. Lussier, $228, 

A. C. Pigeon, $35; labour, $14,019.31; materials, etc., P. Lambert, $4,684.62, 

accounts under $1,000, $2,040.27 21,162 20 

Cap aux Meules, Wharf repairs and improvements: — Contract work, W. Harney, 

$19,391.20; inspection, $375; labour, $1,025.04; timber, Daigle and Paul, Ltd., 

$1,398.89; sundry materials, etc., $1,601.01 23,791 14 

Cap Chat, Deepwater wharf :— Advertising, $239; printing, $6.37 245 37 

Carleton, Wharf repairs: — Contract work, T. E. Rousseau, $4,272.37; inspection, 

$145; labour, $493.65; materials, etc., $2,081.64 6,992 66 

Chateauguay River, Dredging: — Contract work, Southern Working Ltd., $4,378.93; 

inspection, $301; labour, $341.36; materials, etc., $55.80 5,077 09 

Chenal du Moine, Dredging: — Contract work, Manseau Shipyards, Ltd 5,620 28 

Contrecoeur, Protection wall: — Contract work, Southern Working Ltd., $1,407.93; 

engineer, A. Forest, $513; la.bour, $9,961.91; materials, etc., A. Gaudette, $3,008.80, 

J. Gaudette, $2,539.80, E. Lacroix, $1,744.80, L. Roy, $2,225; M. Roy, $1,900.40, 

accounts under $1,000, $2,925.45 26,227 09 

Colonie des Greves, Protection work: — Engineer, A. Forest, $74; labour, $1,425.90; 

materials, etc., $2,172.02 3,671 92 

Drummondville, Protection work extension: — Labour, $3,711.20; materials, etc., 

J. R. Blanchard & Co. Ltd., $2,006.43, G. Lavigne, $1,643.42, W. Poulin, $1,845, 

accounts under $1,000, $5,105.25 14,311 30 

Eseuminac, Protection work: — Labour, $1,105.06; materials, etc., E. E. Cellard, 

$3,208.63, A. Mackenzie, $1,611, accounts under $1,000, $255.34 6,180 03 



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Farnham, Protection wall: — Engineer, F. Lussier, $147; labour, $3,287.05; materials, 

etc., A. Giroux, $1,192.44, G. Rainville, $1,731.09, accounts under $1,000, $1,147.87. 7,505 45 

Granby, Protection work extension: — Engineer, F. Lussier, $190; labour, $5,724.53; 

materials, etc., $3,980.45 9,894 98 

Grand Metis, Wharf and dredging:— Labour, $2,401.70; materials, etc., $232.35 2,634 05 

Grande Entree, M.I., Wharf reconstruction: — Contract work, L. Lemieux, Ltd., 

$11,797.45; inspection, $410 12,207 45 

Grande Entree (West Point), M.I., Breastwork extension: — Sundries 131 99 

Grande Riviere, Rebuilding wharf: — Contract work, Belanger & Belanger, $49,421.95; 

inspection, $395; sundries, $135.38 49,952 33 

Greenlay, Protection wall: — Engineers, F. Deslauriers, $80, F. Lussier, $212, A. C. 

Pigeon, $100; labour, $11,532.82; materials, etc., Codere, Ltd., $4,582, Dominion 

Steel and Coal Corporation, Ltd.. $1,016.08, accounts under $1,000, $2,269.20 19,792 10 

Grande Vallee, Reconstruction of jetty: — Sundries 96 20 

Gros Cap, M.I., Wharf extension:— Labour, $726.60; lumber, Daigle & Paul, Ltd., 

$1,946.19 ; sundry materials, $932.46 3,605 25 

Hamilton Cove (Riviere Portneuf), Wharf: — Contract work, Bertrand & Belanger, 

$1,890.28; inspection, $360; sundries, $1 2,251 28 

Harrington, Wharf extension:— Inspection of lumber, $287.18: sundries, $170.07 457 25 

Hull, Protection work:— Labour, $13,942.60; materials, etc., N. Tremblay, $1,920.92, 

Wright Bros., $6,646.80, accounts under $1,000, $6,806.45 29,316 77 

Isle Verte, Wharf extension and improvements: — Labour, $1,524.74; materials, etc., 

L. Cote, $1,869.07, accounts under $1,000, $1,600.02 4,993 83 

Lac Duparquet. Wharf :— Labour, $1,030.50; materials, etc., $222.95 1,253 45 

Lacolle River, Dredging, the Provincial Government to contribute a like amount: — 

Dredging. Quebec Department of Agriculture 10,890 98 

Laprairie, Protection wall: — Contract work, Roy & Brassard, $9,675.74; inspection, 

$285 9,960 74 

L'Anse a Brillant, Fishing harbour: — Contract work, W. Harney, $3,240, Maloney 

& Dunn, $17,920.59; inspection, $930.50; sundries, $58.56 22,149 65 

Little Montreal River, Contribution towards dredging, the balance of cost to be 

borne by the Province: — Provincial Government of Quebec 3,000 00 

Little River St. Lambert, Contribution towards dredging, the balance of cost to be 

borne by the Province: — Provincial Department of Agriculture 1,008 05 

Lome Dry Dock, New Power House: — Pump House equipment and machine shop: — 

Contract work, J. Bertrand, $120,500; masonry inspector, W. McNabb, $2,220; 

shop inspection of equipment, Chas. Warnock & Co. Ltd., $1,875; sundries, $125.70 124,720 70 
Magog, Protection work: — Engineers, F. Deslauriers, $80. F. Lussier, $114, A. C. 

Pigeon, $110; labour. $6,691.83; cement. O. Langlois, $3,366.41; fence complete, 

Dominion Steel & Coal Corporation Ltd., $1,686.08; sundry materials, etc., 

$3,542.72 ; 15,591 04 

Maniwaki (Riviere Desert), Protection work: — Labour, $2,814.35; materials, etc., 

$2,117.16 4,931 51 

Matane, Harbour improvements: — Sundries 42 70 

Montcerf (Riviere Desert), Protection wall: — Labour, $1,500.22; materials, etc., 

$1,468.54 2,968 76 

New Carlisle (Marsh Creek), Fishing harbour:— Labour, $43.05; sundries, $54.03.. 97 08 

Newport, Wharf :— Labour, $6.30; sundries, $235.34 241 64 

New Richmond, Protection work: — Labour, $1,232.68; timber, F. W. Snell, 

$3,023.11; materials, etc., $1,177.86 5,433 65 

Nicolet, Protection wall: — Labour, $1,377.90; materials, etc., A. Guilmette, $1,038, 

accounts under $1,000, $2,491 4,906 90 

Notre Dame de Pierreville, Protection work: — Contract work, A. Turcotte, 

$19,661.22; inspection, $335; labour, $95.60; sundries, $226.37 20,318 19 

Old Harry, M.I., Breakwater: — Sundries 160 45 

Parent, Landing:— Labour, $819.46; materials, etc.. $1,007.95 1,827 41 

Paspebiac. Wharf repairs: — Labour, $3,135.80; driving piles, T. E. Rousseau, 

$3,055.75; lumber, Daigle & Paul, Ltd.. $5,498.50; sundry materials, $1,774.11 13,464 16 

Peribonka, Wharf :— Contract work, W. Harney, $5,957.89; inspection, $160; 

sundries $256 74 6,374 63 

Petit Gaspe, Wharf :— Contract work. P. Belanger, $6,897.87; inspection. $155 7,052 87 

Petite Riviere Est, Construction of fishing harbour: — Contract work, L. Lemieux, 

Ltd., $5,486.50; inspection, $85 , 5,571 50 

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Pointe aux Anglais, Breakwater: — Sundries • • . . • • 180 57 

Pointe aux Trembles, Protection work: — Engineers, E. Fortm, $180.80; G. A. 
Gratton, $684.19, A. C. Pigeon, $85; labour, $28,302.61; materials, etc., W. 
Beauchamp, $2,481.99, A. Caseidy, $1,013.88, A. David, $1,314.54, O. David, 
$1,659.73, Dupere Freres. $4,024.65, 0. Landry, $1,208.80, Latendresse & Fils, 
$1,966.02, P. E. Monette, $1,745.80, D. Rocheleau, $1,007.43, accounts under $1,000, 
$4,200.49 49,875 93 

Pointe Fortune, Icebreaker:— Labour, $387.44; sundries, $125 512 44 

Pointe Lebel, Wharf :— Printing, $3.70; advertising, $75.36 ., 79 06 

Port au Saumon, Wharf reconstruction: — Contract work, H. Lemelin, $8,893.62; 

inspection, $278.50; labour, $81.60; sundries, $18.37 ,. . . 9,272 09 

Ragueneau, Wharf: — Purchase price of property, $200; printing, $4.40; advertising, 

$140.85 : 345 25 

Richelieu River, Improvements:— Contract work, E. G. M. Cape & Co., $472,629.60, 
less $87,904.88 to be paid in 1939-40; assistant engineer. J. Dery, April 1-Nbv. 30, 
$1,680, living allowance, $430.90; living allowance, W. J. Manning, $485.96; chief 
inspector, A. Spickler, $2,044; sundry inspection, $3,455; labour, $3,510.67; on 
account of property expropriated, Mrs. G. Fryer. $1,200; on account of legal 
expenses, M. Rainville, $500; travelling expenses of engineers, $466.95; materials, 
etc., $2.901.80 401,400 00 

Riviere du Loup, En Bas, Wharf: — Labour, $130.50; purchase price of property, 

A. Fraser Estate, $300; materials, etc., $212.75 643 25 

Riviere du Loup, En Haut, Dredging: — Labour, $60; sundries, 95c 60 95 

Rimouski, Harbour improvements: — Contract work, Dominion Construction Corpora- 
tion, Ltd., $100,208.17, Marine Industries, Ltd., $62,394.59, Paradis & Farley, Inc., 
$19,299.97; engineer, J. H. Dubuc, $1,366.67; inspection, $2,076.50; labour, 
$1,630.91; legal cervices, M. V. Bienvenue, $4,804.20. A. Caron, $1,742.81; travelling 
expenses of engineers, $829.02; materials, etc., A. Bellavance, $1,427.86, La Cie de 
Bois de Luceville, Ltd., $1,125.15, accounts under $1,000, $2,094.15; removal of 
spur wharf, Foundation Marine, Ltd., $1,000 200,000 00 

Riviere au Renard, Fishing harbour: — Printing, $3.59; advertising, $97.44; sundries, 

$25 126 03 

Riviere des Hurons, Contribution towards dredging, the balance of cost to be 
borne by the Province: — Provincial Department of Agriculture, $13,151.76; 
inspection, $830 13,981 76 

Riviere Ouelle, Extension of village wharf: — Contract work, Fournier & Montminy, 

$6,035.75; inspection, $245; sundries, $177.97 6,458 72 

Riviere St. John, Protection wall: — Labour, $1,731.91; materials, etc., A. Chapados, 
$1,034.82, G. Methot, $1,025.01, Samson & Filion, $1,349.95, accounts under $1,000, 
$1,952.25 7,093 94 

Riviere Whalen, Fishing harbour: — Labour 61 20 

Ruisseau Boudrias, Dredging:— Labour, $4,020.82; sundries, $25.30 4,046 12 

Ruisseau Ohapados (Gascons), Fishing harbour: — Contract work, W. Harney, $648; 

inspection, $35.25: labour, $890.60; materials, etc., $814.67 2,388 52 

Ruisseau du Marais, Contribution towards dredging, the balance of cost to be 
borne by the Province: — Provincial Department of Agriculture, $4,861.94; labour, 
$498.01 5,359 95 

Ruisseau Masse, Dredging, the Provincial Government to contribute a like amount: 
—Provincial Department of Agriculture 4,754 23 

Ruisseau Pariseau, Contribution towards dredging, the balance of cost to be borne 

by the Province: — Provincial Department of Agriculture 3,551 68 

St. Andre de Kamouraska, Headblock: — Contract work, F. X. Lambert, $10,656; 

inspection, $395; sundries. $8.90 11,059 90 

Ste. Anne de Bellevue, Dredging: — Contract work, Cummins Const. Co., $12,559.50; 

inspection, $626; labour. $629.20; material, etc., $574.15 14,388 85 

St. Antoine de Richelieu, Improvements to protection wall: — Engineers, A. Forest, 
$25, F. Lussier, $70: labour. $1,508.57; materials, etc., L. J. Mogue, $1,283.42, 
accounts under $1,000, $1,718.50 4,605 49 

St. Charles, Protection work: — Engineers, A. Forest, $67, F. Lussier, $26; labour, 

$1,741.21 ; materials, etc.. $3.067.14 4,901 35 

St. Charles de Caplan, Wharf extension:— Contract work, F. Ross, $20,606.35; 

inspection, $220 20,826 35 

St. Denis, Protection work: — Engineer, A. Forest, $95; labour, $2,050.24; materials, 

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Ste. Emelie, Wharf construction: — Contract work, Beaudet & Bergeron, $4,290; 
inspection, $400; labour, $40.80; materials, etc., $135.58 4,866 38 

St. Francois de Sales, Protection wall:— Engineer, E. Fortin, $90; labour, $2,284.07; 

materials, etc., E. Desormeaux, $1,733.40, accounts under $1,000, $689.41 4,796 88 

St. Hilaire (Parish), Protection wall: — Engineers, A. Forest, $21.97, F. Lussier, 

$22.03; labour, $442.92; materials, etc., $1,297.45 1,784 37 

St. Ignace de Loyola, Protection wall: — Contract work, O. Boisvert, $12,182.95; 
inspection, $285; sundries. $1.71 12,469 66 

St. Jerome, Protection work:— Engineers, M. E. Fortin, $230, A. C. Pigeon, $283; 
labour, $10,842.04; materials, etc., Eagle Lumber Co. Ltd., $1,048.57, C. Langlois, 
$3,512.39, Town of St. Jerome, $1,412.94, accounts under $1,000, $3,927.43 21,256 37 

St. Joseph de Soulanges, Protection work: — Labour, $1,721.93; materials, etc., J. P. 

Dupuis Ltd., $2,738.76, accounts under $1,000, $1,073.32 5,534 01 

St. Laurent, I.O., Wharf reconstruction: — Labour, $10,358.55; materials, etc., J. E. 

A. Roberge, $6,845.57, accounts under $1,000, $2,422.88 19,627 00 

St. Marc, Protection work: — Engineers, A. Forest, $43, F. Lussier, $50; labour, 

$1,977.78; materials, etc., $2,714.04 .' 4,784 82 

St. Maurice de l'Echourie, Wharf repairs and improvements: — Labour, $397.28; 
materials, etc., $504.30 901 58 

St. Omer, Harbour improvements: — Labour, $2,287.94; materials, etc., Daigle & 
Paul, Ltd.. $3,907.43, R. Landry, $1,976, accounts under $1,000, $1,659.56; driving 
piles, T. E. Rousseau, $2,668 12,498 93 

St. Paul (He aux Noix), Improvements: — Labour, $1,830.74; materials, etc., 2,156.50 3,987 24 

St. Roch des Aulnaies, Wharf repairs: — Contract work, Normand & Normand, 

$9,059.04; inspection, $305; sundries, $89.70 9,453 74 

St. Romuald. Protection work: — Labour, $11,542.46; materials, etc., A. Beaudry, 

$5,911.21, J. Blais, $2,984.59, A. Dube, $1,106.35, accounts under $1,000, $942.31.. 22,486 92 

St. Simeon, Extension to protection wall: — Labour, $5,269.10; materials, etc., 

$6,722.58 11,991 68 

St. Zotique, Protection wall: — Labour, $3,566.44; materials, etc., $1,382.87 4,949 31 

Saguenay River, Dredging: — Contract work, Federal Dredging Co. Ltd., $43,741.01; 

inspection, $147.50; labour, $165.05; materials, etc., $200.48 44,254 04 

Sacre Coeur, Wharf extension: — Labour, $958.20; materials, etc., La Compagnie 
de Bois de Luceville, Ltd., $1,154.79, A. Turcotte, $1,705.25, accounts under 
$1,000, $673.33 4,491 57 

Sault au Mouton, Channel: — Contract work, T. E. Rousseau, $21,394.98; inspection, 

$440; labour, $262.80; sundries, $211.97 22,309 75 

Senneterre (Louvicourt), Wharf and Shed: — Survey of site 265 00 

Sorel, Harbour improvements: — Contract work, Foundation Co. of Canada Ltd., 
strengthening wharf, $97,632.91, Lavallee, Lachapelle & Cournoyer, Ltd., recon- 
struction of C.S.L. and Lavallee wharves, $30,798.89, Marine Industries, Ltd., 
deepening basin, $11,864.62, J. P. Porter & Sons, Ltd., dredging, $38,064.78; 
inspection, $1,953.23; labour. $6,031.65; purchase price of property, L. Lachapelle, 
$2,400; materials, etc., Lavailee, Lachapelle & Cournoyer, Ltd., $8,405.08, accounts 
under $1,000, $2,848.84 200,000 00 

Terrebonne, Protection wall extension: — Engineers, M. E. Fortin, $75, A. C. Pigeon, 
$210; labour, $5,351.36; materials, etc., J. B. Gauthier, $2,993.62, H. Masson, 
$1,100.68, accounts under $1,000, $3,421.45 13,152 11 

Varennes, Protection wall: — Engineers, A. Forest, $230, F. Lussier, $143.50; labour, 

$13,187.92; stone, etc., $7,744.31; sundry materials, $1,526.03 22,831 76 

Vercheres, Wharf reconstruction: — Contract work, Laflamme & Laflamme, Ltd., 

$13,610; inspection, $450; sundries, $167.06 14,227 06 

Vercheres, Protection work: — Engineers, A. Forest, $131.03, A. C. Pigeon, $52; 
labour, $4,801.64; materials, etc., G. Chicoine, $1,969.76, accounts under $1,000, 
$2,995.72 , 9,950 15 

Yamaska River, Removal of dam and settlement of claims for land damages: — 

Labour, $33.60; damages to property, $1,812; sundries, $18.55 1,864 15 

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Bayfield, Training wall: — Contract work, Chatham Dredging & General Contract- 
ing Co. Ltd., $10,740.85; inspection, $240; cartage, $361.14; sundries, $245.82 11,587 81 

Bracebridge, Breakwater extension: — Labour, $1,546.17; lumber, W. C. Denniss, 

$1,237; sundry materials, $598.81; sundries, $179.90 3,561 88 

Burlington Channel, Reconstruction of pier: — Contract work, Richardson Con- 
struction Co. Ltd., $35,234.34; inspection, $320.39; sundries. $216.77 35,771 50 

Byng Inlet, Dredging: — Contract work, Consolidated Dredging Limited, $54,081.68; 

inspection, $1,376.88; labour, $313.65; materials, $165.81; sundries, $72.57 56,010 59 

Callander, Wharf extension: — On account contract work, Richardson Construction 

Co. Ltd., $4,170; inspection, $111; materials, $953.71; sundries, $110.36 5,345 07 

Dault's Bay, Wharf: — Contract work, W. G. Campbell Engineering & Construction 
Co. Ltd., $6,251.43; inspection, $560.62; water lot, Provincial Government, $100; 
sundries, $160.20 7,072 25 

Deseronto, Removal of old piers: — Contract work, Russell Construction Co. Ltd., 

$4,836.30; sundries, $26.55 4,862 85 

Elgin House, Wharf : — Survey 40 00 

Fort Frances, Protection work: — Contract work, Bond Construction Co. Ltd., 

$5,968.75; inspection, $237; sundries, $88.47 6,294 22 

Fort William, Dredging:— Labour, $2,479.35; materials, etc., $41.74 2,521 09 

Fort William (Chippewa Park), Wharf extension: — On account contract work, 
Thunder Bay Harbour Improvements Co. Ltd., $11,410; inspection, $240; sundries, 
$135.93 11,785 93 

Goderich, Barbour improvements: — On account dredging, W. L. Forrest, $36,567.82; 

towing, $125; inspection, $1,134.75; sundry repairs, $738.11; sundries, $150.10.. 38,715 78 

Gore Bay, Wharf repairs: — Contract work, John MeLarty, $14,056.68; inspection, 
$268; labour, $764.15; materials, etc., $467.95 15,556 78 

Grand River, Contribution towards improvements: — Government's share for 

preparation of plans, Grand River Conservation Commission 37,500 00 

Hamilton, Harbour improvements: — Russell Construction Co. Ltd., contracts: 
West portion of Terminal, $472,202.72, less $157,697.95 paid in 1937-38, and 
less $58,170.49 paid by the Hamilton Harbour Commission; reconstruction of 
slip, on account, $21,150; inspection, $2,746.50; sundry repairs, $2,769.39; sun- 
dries, $141.86 283,142 03 

Haliburton, Wharf :— Labour, $1,310.38; materials, $1,962.06; purchase of water 

lot, Provincial Government, $100; survey, $50; sundries, $77.18 3,499 62 

Howdenvale, Wharf: — On account contract work, Wm. Bermingham & Son, $5,200; 
inspection, $287.81; purchase of water lot, Provincial Government, $100; survey, 
$51 ; sundries, $67.57 5,706 38 

Innisfil Park (Lake Simcoe), Wharf :— Labour, $2,111.55; materials, etc., $1,493.97; 

purchase of water lot, Provincial Government, $100; survey, $35 3,740 52 

Jersey River, Improvements to channel: — Contract work, MeNamara Construction 
Co. Ltd., dredging, $4,681.45, supplying and driving piling, $5,836.25; inspection, 
$468.80; sundries, $10 10,996 50 

Kashabowie, Wharf: — Contract work, Anderson & Broman, $1,577.85; inspection, 

$144; purchase of water lot, Provincial Government, $100; survey, $75 1,896 85 

Kenora (Laurenson's Creek), Improvements: — Contract work, Rayner Construc- 
tion Ltd., $11,900; inspection, $417; sundries, $123.67 12,440 67 

Kincardine, Harbour improvements: — On account contract work, Henry & Ross, 

$5,760; inspection, $112.07; sundries, $126.84 5,998 91 

Kingston, Mooring wharf: — On account contract work, Canadian Dredge & Dock 

Co. Ltd., $13,670; inspection, $296.94; sundries, $233.24 14,200 18 

Leamington, Harbour improvements: — Contract work, Kelly Brothers, $5,583.37, 
less $3,670 paid in 1937-38; Angus Robertson Ltd., on account, $59,540; Sterling 
Construction Co. Ltd., on account, $8,970; inspection, $1,238.55; sundries. $451.91 72,113 83 

Lion's Head, Wharf reconstruction and addition to site: — Labour, $1,836.81; 
materials, $1,522.27; purchase of property, dock, etc., Philip Forbes, $1,500; 
water lot, Provincial Government, $100; legal services, $101.53; survey, $130.50; 
sundries, $16 5,207 11 

Little Current. Dredging west channel: — Contract work, Canadian Dredge & Dock 
Co. Ltd., $104,652.30, less $62,603.71 paid in 1937-38; hire of derrick and scow, 
A. B. McLean & Sons, $4,113; inspection, $954.70; sundry repairs, $1,758.58 48,874 87 



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Vote — Credit 585 — Ontario-Con. — Suite 

Little Current, Wharf extension: — Inspection, $90; labour, $1,383.16; lumber, H. 
Rassingthwaite, $1,294.62; sundry materials, $668.23; purchases of land: W. A. 
Sims, $730; Bank of Montreal, $450; J. Dawson Estate, $400; J. S. Dawson, 
$75; Mrs. Lulu Mensour, $25; Mrs. M. M. Smith, $50; survey, $177.40; sun- 
dries, $12.10 5,355 51 

Mactier, Dock: — Labour, $776.72; materials, $523.28; purchases of land: Canadian 

Pacific Railway Co., $500; Provincial Government, $100; survey, $50 1,950 00 

Midland, Monument Channel, Dredging: — On account contract work, Randolph 

McDonald Co. Ltd., $9,732.01; inspection, $584.82; sundries, $289.55 10,606 38 

Nation River, Dredging (Provincial Government to contribute) : — Contract work, 
Jos. Bertrand & V. E. A. Belanger, $22,072; Bertrand & Brother, on account, 
$8,600.40; inspection, $1,189.80; sundries, $293.12; less $15,987.35 contributed 
by the Provincial Government 16,167 97 

Oshawa, Harbour improvements: — Contract work, J. P. Porter & Sons Ltd., on 

account, $48,719.93; inspection, $1,020; sundries, $266.07 50,006 00 

Parry Sound, Dredging: — Contract work, Canadian Dredge & Dock Co. Ltd., 
$11,823.22; inspection, $183; sundries, $174.93 12,18115 

Pelee Island, North wharf reconstruction: — Contract work, Detroit River Con- 
struction Ltd., $60,843.94; inspection, $734.36; sundry repairs, $1,109.42 62,687 72 

Penetanguishene, Dredging: — Contract work, A. B. McLean & Sons, $21,990.76; 

inspection, $265.80 ; sundries, $252.97 22,509 53 

Peterborough, Wharf :— Labour, $4,362.95; materials, $2,317.36 6,680 31 

Port Arthur, Harbour improvements: — Contract work, Canadian Dredge & Dock 
Co. Ltd., breakwater, $258,543.10, less $186,820 paid in 1937-38, and $3,660 paid 
in 1936-37; on account, $74,197.69; purchase of land, Canadian Pacific Railway, 
$4,800; P. V. Ibbetson, $1,593.62; labour, $4,169.33; materials, $1,153.84; legal 
services, $72.65; sundries, $260.26 154,310 49 

Port Dover, Reconstruction of pier:— Contract work, R. A. Blyth, $19,967.96; 

inspection, $546; sundry repairs, $3,391.56; sundries, $174.36 24,079 88 

Port Hope, Harbour repairs and improvements: — Contract work, C. W. Power, on 
account, $25,890, Russell Construction Co. Ltd., $8,642.84; inspection, $545.20; 
repairs, $1,032.41 ; sundries, $232.96 36,343 41 

Port Stanley, Harbour repairs and improvements: — Contract work, Canadian 
Dredge & Dock Go. Ltd., $23,059.78, J. E. Wainwright Construction Co., 
$35,075.54; inspection, $997.10; repairs, $4,729.49; purchase of property, K. W. 
McKay, $2,000; Payne Estate. $1,200; Robinson Estate, $125; legal services, 
$146.65; sundries, $501.90 67,835 46 

Presqu'Ile Point, Wharf and dredging: — Contract work, Russell Construction Co., 
on account, $1,710; survey, $63; sundries, $146.01 1,919 01 

Sarnia, Harbour improvements: — Contract work, Henry & Ross, $15,154.16, less 

$8,510 paid in 1937-38; inspection, $231.45 6,875 61 

Sault Ste. Marie, Dredging: — Contract work, Randolph MacDonald Co. Ltd., 
$38,113.20, less $23,513.13 paid in 1937-38; A. B. McLean & Sons, on account, 
$11,819.08; inspection, $1,204.25; sundry labour, $1,084.18; sundry materials, 
$649.57; scow rental, $601.25; sundries, $43.86 30,002 26 

Thames River (Chatham), Dredging: — Contract work, Chatham Dredging & General 
Contracting Co. Ltd., $15,286.70; inspection, $683.76; labour, $94.55; removal 
of snags. $162.50; sundries, $93.84 16,321 35 

Thames River Mouth, Dredging: — On account contract work, Chatham Dredging 

& General Contracting Co. Ltd., $17,102.16; inspection, $364.50; sundries, $316.06 , 17,782 72 

Thornbury, Wharf reconstruction: — Contract work, John Taylor, on account, 

$5,780; inspection, $462.97; sundries, $97.15 6,340 12 

Toronto, In full and final settlement of claim of Russell Construction Co. in con- 
nection with contract for harbour headwall awarded in 1937 14,833 57 

Toronto, Harbour improvements: — Contract work, Russell Construction Co., on 
account, $22,940; rental of equipment, $1,956.74; Canadian Dredge & Dock Co. 
Ltd., on account, $9,870; inspection, $486.50; sundry repairs, $7,306.96, sundries, 
$550.72 ' 43,110 92 

Vail's Point, Wharf extension: — Labour, $1,723.57; timber, J. Harrison & Sons, 
$1,274.35; sundry materials, 542.59; purchase of water lot, Provincial Govern- 
ment, $100; survey, $40 3,680 51 

Wabigoon, Wharf extension: — Contract work, E. R. Norman, $2,385.95; inspection, 
$210; purchase of water lot, Provincial Government, $100; survey, $45; sun- 
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Vote — Credit 585 — Ontario-Cone. — Fin 

Wallaceburg, Reconstruction of protection wall: — Contract work, Alex. Williston, 

$1,669.90; inspection, $130 1,799 90 

Walpole Island, Wharf: — Contract work, Chatham Dredging & General Contract- 
ing Co. Ltd., $6,498.65; inspection, $377; purchase of water lot, Provincial 
Government, $100; sundries, $98.94 7,074 59 

Waubaushene, Breakwater and float: — Labour, $4,072.91; materials, $797.27; pur- 
chase of water lot, Provincial Government, $100; sundries, $24.53 4,994 71 

Whitby, Dredging: — Contract work, Russell Construction Co., $8,567.50; inspection, 

$81.60; sundries, $163.83 8.812 93 

Windsor, Wharf extension and repairs: — Contract work, Chatham Dredging & 
General Contracting Co. Ltd., $17,614.56, less $10,670 paid in 1937-38; inspection, 
$273; labour, $4,377.58, materials, $3,398.02; rental of compressor, $282; sun- 
dries, $56.83 15,331 99 



$1,356,785 84 



Vote — Credit 586 — Manitoba 

Assiniboine River, Dyking and repairs to dykes: — Labour, $18,052.93; materials, 

$589.79 18,642 72 

Victoria Beach, Breakwater-wharf improvements: — Contract work, W. Newman, 

$6,438.40; inspection, $336; sundries, $62.47 6,836 87 

Winnipeg, Wharf extension and dredging: — Contract work, W. J. Holmes, $8,911.78: 

inspection, $350; sundries, $80.07 9,341 85 

$ 34,821 44 



Vote — Credit 587 — Saskatchewan 

He a la Crosse, Wharf: — Contract work, A. J. Marion, on account, $5,370; inspec- 
tion, $462; sundries, $131.29 5,963 29 

Beaver and Cowan Rivers, Improvements: — Labour, $2,602.11; materials, etc., 

$1,392.70 3,994 81 

Waskesiu Lake, Dredging: — Contract work, Macaw & Macdonald, $11,217; sun- 
dries, $249.10 11,466 10 

$ 21,424 20 



Vote — Credit 588 — Alberta 

Blairmore, Improvements:— Contract work, J. D. S. D'Appolonia, $7,454.79; 

inspection, $322; sundries, $547.69 8,324 48 

Pigeon Lake, Wharf :— Labour, $1,314.50; materials, etc., $2,826.11 4,140 61 

Sylvan Lake, Breakwater-wharf:— Contract work, W. C. Wells, $18,535.96; 

inspection, $490; sundries, $114.78 19,140 74 

Waterways, Wing dam, extension and repairs: — Labour, $635.70; materials, 

etc., $137.87. 773 57 



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Vote — Credit 589 — Northwest Territories — Territoires du Nord-Ouest 

Fort Smith, repairs and improvements to wharf and protection wall: — Labour, 

$1,356.78; supplies, $639.17; sundries, $246.16 $ 2,242 11 



Vote — Credit 590 — British-Columbia — Colombie-Britannique 

Arrow Lakes, Reconstruction of pile-driver hull: — Renewal of barge, A. H. Green 

& Co., $3,997; inspection, $269.52; sundries, $260.53 4,527 05 

Canoe, Wharf reconstruction: — Labour, $2,405.75; materials, etc., $2,944.86 5,350 61 

Columbia River Narrows, Dredging: — Services of dredge Arrow Lakes: master, 

E. Trimble, $1,185.30; crew and sundry labour, $3,642.35; board, $1,197.90; 

maintenance and operating expenses, $3,090.04 9,115 59 

Courtenay River, Dredging: — Contract work, North Western Dredging Co., 

$7,976.46; inspection, $300; sundries, $182.86 8,459 32 

Denman Island, Breakwater extension: — Contract work, Nickson Const. Co., 

$10,824.01; inspection, $152.74; sundries, $215.65 11,192 40 

Digby Island, Wharf repairs and improvements, advertising, etc 110 34 

Fauquiers, Wharf renewals and repairs:— Labour, $1,734.70; materials, $2,098.22.. 3,832 92 

Fraser River, Contribution towards protection work at Matsqui 2,293 33 

Fraser River, Improvements: — Extension to dyke No. 2, contract work, W. 

Greenlees, $52,021.16, less $15,870 paid in 1937-38; riprap protection, contract 

work, Pacific Engineers, $41,641.20, less $27,140 paid in 1937.38; Steveston jetty 

No. 2, contract work, Gilley Bros., $13,325.60; inspection, $732.10; labour, $1,740. . 66,450 06 
Fraser River, North Arm, Improvements to jetty: — Contract work, Coast Quarries, 

$26,026.05; inspection, $986.29; sundries, $267.77 27,280 11 

Fraser River, Lulu Island, Protection work: — Contract work, Pacific Engineers 

Ltd., $21,448.80, less $2,310 paid in 1937-38, inspection, $235 19,373 80 

Harrison River, Dredging: — Contract work, Coast Quarries, $4,690.58; Mackenzie 

Barge & Derrick Co., $12,618.75; inspection, $740; sundries, $84.44 18,133 77 

Mclvor's Landing, Float and approach: — Contract work, R. R. Christie, $3,054.90; 

inspection, $120.97 3,175 87 

New Westminster, Fisheries station: — Contract work, Fraser River Piledriving 

Co., on account, $22,470; inspection, $435.48; sundries, $981.83 23,887 31 

Nanaimo, Improvements to assembly wharf: — Contract work, Armstrong-Monteith 

Co., on account, $3,990; inspection, $43.55; sundries, $109.36 4,142 91 

Nicomen Island. Protection work: — Contract work, R. R. Christie, $6,692.15; 

inspection, $150; sundries, $84.90 6,927 05 

Nitinat Lake, Dredging: — Contract work, Nitinat Lake Dredging Co 4,950 00 

Old Massett, Wharf extension and repairs: — Contract work, Armour Salvage & 

Towing Co., $2,080; inspection, $57.27; sundries, $66.11 2,203 38 

Powell River, Dredging: — Contract work, North Western Dredging Co., $3,802.62; 

inspection, $185.25; sundries, $67.68 4,055 55 

Sayward, Wharf extension:— Survey, $110; advertising, etc., $103.87 213 87 

Union Bay, Harbour improvements: — Contract work, McKenzie Barge & Derrick 

Co., $1,963; Stewart Const. Co. and R. Bumstead, $5,002.59; inspection, $171.77; 

sundries, $201.55 7,338 91 

Vancouver, Stanley Park, Foreshore protection: — Labour, $5,197.26; materials, 

$2,802.28 7,999 54 

Victoria, Floats: — Contract work, J. McDonald Const. Co., $4,515; inspection, 

$227.42; sundries, $94.06 4,836 48 

William Head, Quarantine Station, Repairs to wharf and breakwater: — Contract 

work, Victoria Piledriving Co., $16,552.58; inspection, $524.52; sundries, $29.46. 17,106 56 



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Vote — Credit 591 — Generally — Generalites — Improvements, maintenance of 

services, repairs and additions — Ameliorations, maintien des services, 

reparations et agrandissements 

Nova Scotia: — 

Babin's Cove, Construction of a span: — Labour, $1,223.60; creosoted pine, Canada 

Creosoting Co., $1,071.20; sundry materials, $704.11 2,998 91 

Bass River, Wharf extension: — On account contract work, R. M. Hall, $800; 

sundries, $75.20 875 20 

Beaver River, Cribwork:— Labour, $384.75; materials, $315.25 700 00 

Chedabucto Bay, opening of channels:— Labour, $953.90; materials, $44.80 998 70 

Drum Head, Repairs to wharf :— Labour, $572.90; materials, $231.28 804 18 

Eatonville, Construction of a tidal dam: — Labour, $2,005.48; lumber, W. D. 

Gunter & Co., $2,523.78; sundry materials, $370.73 4,899 99 

Eel Brook, Wharf :— Labour, $795.95; materials, $202.76 998 71 

Englishtown, Repairs to cribwork blocks: — Labour, $1,586.89; materials, 

$1,228.91 2,815 80 

Grand Etang, Repairs to East piers: — Labour, $759; materials, $240.22 999 22 

Little Judique Ponds, Repairs to damaged timbers: — Labour, $781.50; materials, 

$218.18 999 68 

Little River, Extension to wharf :— Labour, $1,443.15; materials, $559.64 2,002 79 

Liverpool, Dredging at Irving Oil Co.'s wharf: — Contract work, Merrill D. 

Rawding, $4,329.13; inspection, $224.75 4,553 88 

Lower la Have, Dredging Ritcey's channel: — Contract work, Beacon Dredging 

Co., Ltd., $1,320.20; inspection, $62.50 1,382 70 

Merigomish, Wharf extension: — Labour, $803; materials, $193.26 996 26 

New Edinburgh, Extension to breakwater: — Labour, $1,800.40; materials, 

$2,756.70 4,557 10 

New Glasgow, Warehouse and public wharf: — Labour, $2,011.28; lumber, A. C. 

Murray, $1,427.17; sundry materials, etc., $656.94 4,095 39 

New Waterford, Breakwater: — Labour, $2,446.05; hardware, Udovin's, $1,177.20; 

sundry materials, $1,702.84 5,326 09 

Parker's Cove, Hand dredging:— Labour, $1,280.60; materials, etc., $499.71 1,780 31 

Pennant, Removal of rock: — Contract work, Wm. McFatridge, $945; inspection, 

$52.50 997 50 

Pictou, Repairs to shed ventilator: — Labour, $220.80; materials, $448.45 669 25 

Pictou Island, Repairs to wharf: — Labour, $1,056; materials, etc., $194 1,250 00 

Port Wade, Dredging on the vessel bed: — St. John Drydock & Shipbuilding Co. 

Ltd., $1,000; inspection, $15.25 1,015 25 

Poulamond, Construction of span and block: — Labour, $647.81; timber, Jos. A. 

Likely, $1,020.74 ; sundry materials, etc., $828.57 2,497 12 

Queensport, Training wall:— Labour, $1,016.62; materials, etc., $456.26 1,472 88 

Sandy Cove, Cribwork:— Labour, $307.15; materials, $207.57 514 72 

Seaside, Repairs to wharf road:— Labour, $832.95; materials, $160.31 993 26 

Skinner's Cove, Repairs to piers and hand dredging: — Labour, $670.20; materials, 

$116.67 786 87 

Sluice Point, Wharf :— Labour, $1,341.50; materials, $1,302.38; purchase of land, 

Frances Chantal Burke, $30; legal services, C. L. Sanderson, $33.95 2,707 83 

White Head, Roadway approach:— Labour, $587; materials, etc., $12.70 599 70 

Yarmouth, Dredging: — Contract work, St. John Dry Dock & Shipbuilding Co. 

Ltd., $11,950.50; inspection, $287; sundries, $97.99 12,335 49 

Harbours where expenditure was less than $500: — Arisaig, $197.52; Ballantyne's 

Cove, $193.25; Benoit's Cove, $299.30; Breton Cove, $25; Broad Cove Marsh, 

$352.75; Cap Sable, $290.50; Gabarus, $59.02; Livingstone's Cove, $52.35; 

McArras Brook, $64.47; Port Hood, $255.80; Saulnierville, $239.90; West 

Baccaro, $150.27 2,180 13 

69,80% 91 
Prince Edward Island: — 

Grande Riviere, Dredging:— Labour, $371.05; materials, $110 481 05 

St. Peter's Harbour, Sand protection:— Labour, $744.28; materials, etc., $753.33. 1,497 61 

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Vote — Credit 591 — Generally — Generalites — Improvements, maintenance of 

services, repairs and additions-Con. — Ameliorations, maintien des 

services, reparations et agrandissements-Suite 

New Brunswick: — 

Campbellton, Dredging:— Contract work, Felix Michaud, $4,581.92; inspection, 

$315.77 4,897 69 

Dalhousie, Dredging: — Contract work, Felix Michaud, $4,473.44; inspection, 

$237.14 4,710 58 

Harrington's Cove, Wharf :— Labour, $45.85; materials, etc., $1,842.48 1,888 33 

Lawlor's Shore, Dredging: — Contract work, Miramichi Dredging Co., Ltd., 

$4,345.16; inspection, $147; sundry labour, $32 4,524 16 

Little Chockfish, Breakwater extension: — Labour, $1,148.40; materials, $602.19; 

rental of equipment, $72.50; sundries, $36.36 1,859 45 

North Head, Repairs to slip: — Labour, $740.90; materials, $779.63 1,520 53 

St. Stephen, Removal of boulders 2,000 00 

Harbours where expenditure was less than $500: — Grand Harbour, $96.67; 

Ingall's Head, $54.60; Miramichi, $20.08; River St. John, $222.40 393 75 

21,794 49 
Quebec: — 
Anse a TOurs, Cribwork:— Labour, $1,346.90; lumber, P. Deo, $2,018.64; sundry 

material, $565.99 3,931 53 

Anse aux Canards, Breastwork: — Labour, $581.30; materials, $416.82 998 12 

Anse Pleureuse, Hand dredging: — Labour, $747.35; materials, $255.69 1,003 04 

Baie des Roches, Repairs to wharfs: — Labour, $1,427.50; materials, $1,085.17 2,512 67 

Beloeil, Lighting the wharf: — Labour, $395.32; materials, $153.70 549 02 

Cacouna, Additions to wharf: — Labour, $428.38, materials, $794.03; sundries, 

$12.25 1,234 66 

Cap au Renard, Hand dredging:— Labour, $910.90; materials, $86.90 997 80 

Cap des Rosiers, Installation of engine:— Labour, $329.45; materials, $658.98... 988 43 

Etang des Caps, Widening of channel:— Labour, $2,385.20; materials, $1,174.81.. 3,560 01 
Hudson Heights, Cribwork:— Labour, $2,668.92; lumber, Daigle & Paul, $2,710.96; 

sundry materials, $1,418.62; sundries, $5.30 6,803 80 

Isle Verte, Widening piers:— Labour, $1,692.42; lumber, J. B. Dube, $1,096.92; 

sundry materials, $1,182.52 3,971 86 

Lac Edouard. Wharf :— Labour, $496.60; materials, $242.60; boat hire, $72; 

sundries, $51.05 862 25 

Manche d'Epee, Hand dredging:— Labour, $634.65; materials, $303.50 938 15 

Matane, Repairs to breakwater: — Labour, $1,896.40; lumber, Charles Fournier, 

$1,841.82, Raymond Heppel, $1,810.39; sundry materials, $510.67; boat hire, $35 6,094 28 

Mont Saint Pierre, Dredging river channel: — Labour, $899.84; trucking, $55 954 84 

Newport Centre, Filling and covering pier: — Labour, $293; materials, $461.97.. 754 97 

Pointe a John, Wharf :— Labour, $572; materials, $748.02 1,320 02 

Pointe Basse, Breakwater:— Labour, $813.58; materials, $171.95 985 53 

Pointe Bourg, Breastwork:— Labour, $306.60; materials, $293.39 599 99 

Pointe Fregate, Removing boulders:— Labour, $876.50; materials, $123.33 999 83 

Pointe Noire, Widening slip:— Labour, $647; materials, etc., $341.64 988 64 

Riviere des Hots, Extension to jetty: — Labour, $614.40; timber, Gregoire 

Chapados, $1,150.68; sundry materials, etc., $99.60 1,864 68 

Ruisseau a la Loutre, Shed:— Labour, $623; materials, $360.66 983 66 

Ruisseau des Olives, Hand dredging:— Labour, $965.60; materials, $34.27 999 87 

Ruisseau Leblanc, Repairs to ice-breaker: — Labour, $1,149.30; timber, Jos. 

Gauthier, $1,461.60; sundry materials, $495.65 3,106 55 

Ruisseau Watt, Cribwork:— Labour, $856.60; lumber, J. R. Belisle, $2,058.99; 

sundry materials, $915.18 3,830 77 

St.-Adolphe d'Howard, Wharf :— Labour, $1,468.29; materials, etc., $1,873.60... 3,341 89 

St-Amable, Hand dredging:— Labour 1,996 80 

Ste-Anne de Sorel, Dredging:— Labour, $7,899.03; materials, $641.37; rental of 

equipment, $354 , 8,894 40 

Ste-Anne de Sorel (He de Grace), Dredging: — Contract work, J. E. Simard 540 90 

St-Antoine, Hand dredging:— Labour, $785.30; materials, $207.82 993 12 

St-Antoine de Richelieu, Dredging: — Contract work, St-Francis River Dredging 

Co., $7,029.91; inspection, $490; survey, $338.20 7,858 11 

St-Donat (lac Archambault), Wharf :— Labour, $1,485.50; materials, $671.91 2,157 41 



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Vote — Credit 591 — Generally — Generalites — Improvements, maintenance of 

services, repairs and additions-Con. — Ameliorations, maintien des 

services, reparations et agrandissements-Suite" 

Quebec-Cowc. 

St-Donat (lac Ouareau), Wharf :— Labour, $1,663.60; materials, $1,350; survey, 
$20 3,033 60 

St-Gregoire, Lengthening pier:— Labour, $4,382.43; cement, etc., J. Hurens, 
$4,809.29; sundry materials, $722.20; rental of equipment, $170; cartage, $8.50 10,092 52 

St-Ignace de Loyola, Concrete piling: — Labour, $603.25; stone and cement, 
Lavallee, Lachapelle, Cournoyer Ltee, $8,501.50; sand and steel, Marine 
Industries Ltd., $4,711.81; sundry materials, $1,056.87 14,873 43 

St-Irenee, Cribwork:— Labour, $857.75; materials, $677.69 1,535 44 

Ste-Scholastique, Dredging:— Labour, $2,810.64; materials, etc., $1,245 4,055 64 

Ville-Marie, Protection wall:— Labour, $4,029.50; materials, $6,181.89; rental of 

motor-boat, $114.25; sundries, $100 10,425 64 

Harbours where expenditure was less than $500: — Baie des Sables, $147.70; 
Bersimis, $157.70; He aux Coudres, $120.45; Lac St-Paul, $396.35; Laniel, 
$175; Laprairie, $400; MeLellan's Beach, $124.62; Pontmain, $250; Riviere 
Richelieu, $35.52; Riviere St-Jean, $57.21; St-Antoine, $128; St-Juste du Lac, 

$264.06; Ste-Petronille, $286.44 2,543 05 

124,116 92 
Ontario: — 

Kincardine, Excavating and backfilling: — Labour, $729.40; materials, $186; 

rental of equipment, $8.50 923 90 

Midland, Repairs to wharf: — Labour, $1,404.46; rental of equipment, $1,810.04; 
sundry materials, etc., $2,827.59, total, $6,042.09 (repaid by the "Chicago, 
Duluth and Georgian Bay Transit Co. Ltd/'). 

Sarnia, Harbour improvements: — Labour, $1,123.85; materials, etc., $3,550.32... 4,674 17 

Wellington, Improvements: — Labour, $1,563.11; stone and lumber, J. M. Channell, 
$1,364, Malcolm Rorabeck, $1,022.83; sundry materials, $192.34; rental of 
equipment, $192; sundries, $203.56 4,537 84 

Whitefish Falls, Bank side landing:— Labour, $757.72; materials, $787.26; freight, 

$40.40; survey, $112.97; sundries, $16.15 1,714 50 

Harbours where expenditure was under $500: — Jackfish, $468.61; Lac St-Clair, 

$70.09; Mad River, $149.40; Parry Sound, $199.40; Sharbot Lake, $225.30 1,112 80 

Ottawa, Laboratories: — Purchase of instruments, $2,879.50; express, $16.59; duty, 
$437.75 3,333 84 

Toronto Office: — Purchase of instruments, $430; gratuity of two months' salary 

to widow of late R. E. McArthur, $420 850 00 

17,1*7 05 
Manitoba: — 

Selkirk, Dredge No. 202 and tug Peguis: — Master, W. Walterson, $1,021.15; tug 
master, R. Clemons, April-Sept., $491.61, H. Barker, Sept. 22 to Oct. 31, 
$152; crews, $2,414; board, $780.80; operating expenses, $2,278.60; repairs, 

$201.32; less $112.75, refunded by Department of Transport 7,226 73 

North West Territories: — 

Yellowknife, Removal of boulders:— Labour, $160; materials, $82.55 242 55 

British Columbia:— 

Chilliwack, Removal of snags: — Labour, $1,676.40; materials, $344.01; boat hire, 

$469; sundries, $12.50 2,501 91 

Cracroft, Renewal of float: — Contract work, W. Stewart Construction Co. Ltd., 

$5,339; inspection, $142.76; sundries, $82.76 5,564 52 

Ford's Cove, Float:— Contract work, Frank Gagne, $4,411.08; inspection, $166.08 4,577 16 

Fraser River (North Arm), Dredging and survey: — Contract work, B.C. Bridge 
& Dredging Co. Ltd., $77,247.58; inspection, $742.22; labour, $2,014.98; 
materials, $692.70; travelling expenses, $87.64; board allowance, J. Smith, 
$90.75; sundries, $48.02 80,923 89 

Glen Valley, Float:— Contract work, R. R. Christie, $2,986.85; inspection, 

$182.14 3,168 99 

Klein's Landing, Float: — Labour, $455.70; materials, $355.36; survey, $75; 

sundries, $17.61 903 67 

Ladner, Float: — Contract work, Fraser River Pile Driving Co. Ltd., $3,444.84; 

inspection, $90.73 3,535 57 

Ladysmith, Wharf reconstruction: — Contract work, James MacDonald Con- 
struction Co. Ltd., $4,405.97; inspection, $283.73; sundries, $95.59 4,785 29 



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CHIEF ENGINEER'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'INGENIEUR EN CHEF-Suite 
Special-Con. — Special-Suite 

CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS, HARBOURS AND RIVERS-Oott. 
CONSTRUCTION, REPARATIONS ET AMELIORATIONS, PORTS ET RIVIERES-Suite 

Vote — Credit 591 — Generally — Generalites — Improvements, maintenance of 

services, repairs and additions-Cone. — Ameliorations, maintien des 

services, reparations et agrandissements-Fin 

British Columbia-Cone. 

Manson's Landing, Repairs to wharf: — Contract work, Vancouver Pile Driving 

and Contracting Co. Ltd., $1,197.44; inspection, $34.06 1,231 50 

Maples. Float: — Contract work, Victoria Pile Driving Co. Ltd., $490; inspection, 
$20.85 510 85 

Mission, Wharf :— Contract work, P. R. Christie, $2,624.20; inspection, $203.23; 
survey, $65 2,892 43 

Okanagan River, Improvements: — Labour, $1,250.40; materials, $745.68; 
sundries. $2 1,998 08 

Omineca River, Improvements: — Labour, $632.58; materials, $259.87; rental of 

equipment, $443.94 1,336 39 

Port Alberni. Repairs to wharf: — Contract work, P. N. McLellan, $2,554; inspec- 
tion, $62.91; wiring for lights, $87; materials, etc., $189.07 2,892 98 

Port Neville, Float:— Contract work, Frank Gagne, $3,297.01; inspection. $188.45 3,485 46 

Powell Lake, Landing: — Contract work, Vancouver Pile Driving and Construc- 
tion Co. Ltd., $757; inspection, $4.84; survey, $50 811 84 

Shawnigan Lake, Improvements to outlet: — Labour, $859.93; contract work, 
J. Tait-Galland, $345; gas and oil, $144.20; rental of trucks, $1,278.87; rental 
of shovel, $625 3,253 00 

Shushartie Bay, Float: — Contract work, Frank Gagne, $4,059.59; inspection, 

$243.08; survey, $150 4,452 67 

Skidegate, Wharf: — Contract work, Victoria Pile Driving Co. Ltd., $1,944.66; 
inspection, $45 1,989 66 

Trail: — Contribution towards cost of retaining wall along Columbia River 10,000 00 

Vananda. Wharf: — Contract work, Vancouver Pile Driving and Contracting Co., 

Ltd., $611.94: R. Bumstead, $90; inspection, $21.99 723 93 

Victoria, Dredging and removal o,f shoals: — Contract work, B.C. Bridge & 
Dredging Co. Ltd., $1,005.67, Island Tug & Barge Co. Ltd., $13,387.60; inspec- 
tion, $462.58; sundries, $96.82 : 14,952 67 

Westview, Wharf: — Contract work, Vancouver Pile Driving & Contracting Co. 

Ltd., $761.50 ; inspection, $46.60 808 10 

White Rock, Wharf: — Contract work, Fraser River Pile Driving Co. Ltd., 

$4,757.17; inspection, $131.99 4,889 16 

Winter Harbour, float:— Contract work, Max Botel & H. North, $1,200; inspec- 
tion, $24.19 1,224 19 

Yuculta, Float: — Contract work, Vancouver Pile Driving & Contracting Co. Ltd., 

$3,468.45: inspection, $78.44; survey, $100 3,646 89 

Harbours where expenditure was less than $500:— Albion Ferry, $75; Bella 
Coola, $69.61; Courtenay River, $57.50; Haney, $106.80; Marmot Bay, $349.75; 

Port Renfrew, $288.79; Quathiaski Cove, $299.48; Steveston, $390.24 1,637 17 

168,697 97 



S 411,069 28 



Vote — Credit 592 — Generally — Generalites — Surveys and inspections in 

connection with above-mentioned works — Leves et inspections pour les 

travaux susmentionnes 

Halifax District:— Travelling expenses, L. M. Allison, $205.63, F. Alport, $328.52, 
G. T. Clarke, $355.49, O. S. Cox. $254.11, E. J. Egan, $204.31, A. W. Gregory, 
$415.65, A. J. MacDonald, $682.75, A. E. MacDonald, $82.60. A. MacGillivray, 
$603.95, P. D. Mosher, $414.06, H. N. Putnam, $766.05, P. H. Smith, $421.33, 
R. D. Thexton, $494.78; disbursements, $625.66 5,854 89 

Charlottetown District:— Travelling expenses, C. W. Currie, $84.18, H. E. Miller, 

$547.35, R. H. Nicholson, $308.65, R. G. White, $12.75; disbursements, $85.74 1,038 67 

St. John District: — Travelling expenses, R. E. Beith, $440.47, A. R. Crookshank, 
$328.28. W. C. Ewing, $430.52, J. R. Freeman. $20.15, J. M. Lamb, $285.45, 
H. P. Lingley. $486.82, H. R. Logie, $401.13, N. A. Mackenzie, $448.33, C. D. 
McAllister, $172.10, G. Stead, $282.32; disbursements, $212.09 3,507 66 



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CHIEF ENGINEER'S BRANCH-Con. — DIVISION DE L'INGENIEUR EN CHEF-Sutfe 
Special-Con. — Special-Suite 

CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS, HARBOURS AND RIVERS-Ooft. 
CONSTRUCTION, REPARATIONS ET AMELIORATIONS, PORTS ET RIVIERES-/SfMi/e 

Vote — Credit 592 — Generally — Generalites — Surveys and inspections in 

connection with above-mentioned works-Cone. — Leves et inspections 

pour les travaux susmentionnes-Fin 

Montreal District: — Travelling expenses, J. A. Adam, $53.44, J. H. Beauchemin, 
$353.73, J. E. Bonaventure, $124.30, J. Dery, $47.52, J. T. Girard, $102.80, G. 
Lamoureux, $114.10, M. Lamoureux, $216.75, W. J. Manning, $52.29, L. deB. Roy, 
$19.78, A. A. St. Laurent, $34.91, J. M. Vogin, $10.75; disbursements, $865.88 1,996 25 

Quebec District: — Travelling expenses, L. Brunet, $36.40, U. Chopin, $45.11, G. 
Dufour, $190.50, J. E. Gagnon, $185.83, L. Hall, $174.61, G. Lajoie, $202.59, N. 
Latraverse, $135.10, A. Piche, $62.76, L. G. Trudeau, $113.05; disbursements, 
$182.74 1,328 69 

Rimouski District: — Travelling expenses, R. Bertin, $5.80, S. Bourgoing, $354.32, 

B. Grandmont, $279.65, J. R. Joncas, $273.70, P. Marion, $67.40, L. McLaren, 

$104.40, J. P. Valiquet, $136.85; disbursements. $820.58 2,042 70 

London District: — Travelling expenses, H. F. Bennett, $575.19, J. W. Boughner, 

$591.21, J. P. Carriere, $256.53, A. F. Hertel. $437.04, C. H. Mathewson, $433.34, 

D. H. McDonald, $48.30, D. W. McKay, $74.66, W. D. Prior, $322.04, G. N. 

Scroggie, $47.03, D. Soper, $157.57; disbursements, $141.05 3,083 96 

Ottawa District: — Disbursements 217 25 

Sault Ste. Marie District: — Travelling expenses, G. B. Anderson, $271.57, M. O. 

Griffith, $50.95. A. R. Wood, $15.95; disbursements. $114.17 452 64 

Toronto District:— F. Alport, $89.28, A. Anderson, $576.74, C. E. Hawke, $347.37, 

C. C. Jeffery, $435.46, W. I. MacTavish, $95.12, late R. E. McArthur, $275.92, 
C. W. Morgan, $296.13, P. E. Nicklin, $381.85, J. K. Partridge, $201.40, J. J. 

Phillips, $29.65, J. M. Wilson, $1,038.77; disbursements, $394.75 4,162 44 



$ 23,685 15 



Vote — Credit 593 — Generally — Generalites — Protection Works Generally — 
Ouvrages de protection en general 

New Brunswick: — 
Richardsville, Retaining wall: — Labour, $1,230.40; lumber, Patrick Jean, 

$1,570.88; sundry materials, $1,869.10 4,670 38 

Quebec: — 

Actonvale, Wall: — Labour, $4,165.16; cement, Ernest Boisvert, $1,455.80; stone 

and lumber, E. P. Gauvin, $1,362.97; sundry materials, $2,211.96; rental of 

equipment, $91 9,286 89 

Baie Shawinigan, Cement wall: — Labour. $4,077.50; cement and stone, Lucien 

Boisvert, $5,549.70; sundry materials, $866.46 10,493 66 

Batiscan, Stone filling: — Labour, $865.25; stone, G. Frigon, $2,727; sundry 

materials, etc., $1,376.75 4,969 00 

Beauceville Ouest, Protection pier:— Labour, $8,112.11; contract work, A. Gosselin, 

$1,200; materials, $1,350.11 10,662 22 

Beaupre, Cement wall:— Labour, $941.43; materials, etc., $840.44 1,781 87 

Belle Anse, Cribwork:— Labour, $502.10; lumber, R. Girard, $1,090.67; sundry 

materials, $88.93 1,681 70 

Beloeil, Wall:— Labour, $3,060.27; materials. $1,873.64 4,933 91 

Bridgeville, Cribwork:— Labour, $1,283.80; lumber, A. G. Maloney, $2,279.60; 

sundry materials, etc., $702.90 4,266 30 

Bromptonville, Survey: — Labour. $2,121.20; materials, $1,453.85 3,575 05 

Chambly Bassin, Filling wall:— Labour, $38.40; materials, $475.91 514 31 

Disraeli, Wall:— Labour, $1,774.83; materials, etc., $1,691.57 3,466 40 

Fabre, Wall: — Labour, $2,570.80; lumber, P. O. Goulet, $1,145; sundry materials, 

etc., $2,244.86 5,960 66 

Farnham, Wall: — Labour, $10,548.79; lumber and cement, Adelard Giroux, 

$2,052.76, Geo. Rainville, $3,670.38; sundry materials, $1,437.33; rental of 

equipment, $430.90; freight, $271.83; travelling expenses, $39.70; sundries, $6.55 18,458 24 

Ferme-Neuve, Wall:— Labour, $726.58; materials, $2,673.86 3,400 44 

Garthby, Wharf repairs:— Labour, $1,839.20; materials, etc., $1,596.48 3,435 68 

Hunterstown, Ice-breaker:— Labour, $986.27; materials, $146.88 1,133 15 



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CHIEF ENGINEER'S BRANCH- Con. — DIVISION DE L'INGENIEUR EN CHEF -Suite 
Special-Con. — Special-Suite 

CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS, HARBOURS AND RIVERS-Co^. 
CONSTRUCTION, REPARATIONS ET AMELIORATIONS, PORTS ET RIVI&RES-Suite 

Vote — Credit 593 — Generally — Generalites — Protection Works Generally 
-Con. — Ouvrages de protection en general-Suite 

Quebec-Cow. 

He Perrot, Stone wall:— Labour, $1,030.57; materials, $69.42 1,099 99 

He Valdore, Wall:— Labour. $218.20; materials, $763.94 982 14 

Joliette, Wall:— Labour, $4,553.15; materials, $381.15 4,934 30 

Kiamika, Wall:— Labour, $593.83; materials, $306.43 900 26 

Labelle, Wall:— Labour, $1,538.40; materials, $255.45 1,793 85 

Lanoraie, Repairs to wall: — Labour, $2,504.20; cement and rental of mixer, 

$1,053.24; sundry materials, etc., $2,194.67 5,752 11 

Lavaltrie, Wall:— Labour, $4,249; materials, $3,402.46 7,651 46 

Maskinonge, Protection work: — Labour, $2,504.25; timber, Camille Saucier, 

$2,360.92; sundry materials, $3.813.33 8,678 50 

McMasterville, Stone rip-rap:— Labour, $2,217.62; materials, $1.083.30 3,300 92 

Megantic, Wharf improvements: — Labour, $1,188; materials, $926.49 2,114 49 

Mont Laurier. Wall:— Labour, $685.40; materials, $562.40 1,247 80 

Mont Louis, Pier:— Labour, $427.25; materials, $727.93 1,155 18 

Montmagny, Wall:— Labour, $8,205.60; cement, W. Leblanc, $4,686.10; sand and 

gravel, J. L. Taschereau, $2,539.25; sundry materials, etc., $3,013.26; rental of 

equipment, $260 18,704 21 

Petit Cloridormes, Wall:— Labour, $1,416.99; lumber, Nap. Beaudoin, $1,207.69; 

sundry materials, $630.43 3,255 11 

Petite Anse (Brule), Wall:— Labour, $1,334.40; materials, $821.04 2,155 44 

Petite Riviere St-Francois, Cribwork: — Labour, $956.74; lumber, A. Chevalier, 

$2,129.69 ; sundry materials, etc.. $1,274.51 4,360 94 

Portneuf, W T all:— Labour, $6,509.50; cement, etc., Ph. Frenette, $1,568.59; stone, 

Ph. Gignae, $3,117.05, Louis Carignan, $1,744; lumber, Roch Julien, $6,832; 

hardware, Samson & Filion Limitee, $1,756.54; sundry materials, $15,747.76; 

rental of equipment, $1,200 38,475 44 

Riviere Moisie, Cribwork:— Labour, $332; materials, $364.80 696 80 

Riviere Portneuf, Wall:— Labour, $445.25; materials, $776.53 1,221 78 

Riviere Saint Charles, Wall: — Labour, $14,085.39; cement, Fournier & Papillon. 

$3,774; lumber, A. Chevalier, $1,157.04, J. M. Dessureault, $1,458.22; steel 

piling, Algoma Steel Corp., $7,131.48; stone, Carriere Gravel Ltee, $2,353.26; 

rental of equipment, North Shore Construction Co. Ltd., $3,443.70; sundry 

materials, etc., $5,984.19 39,387 28 

Roberval, Wall:— Labour, $7,564.55; stone, E. R. Truchon, $10,425.37; sundry 

materials, etc.. $1.152.79 19,142 71 

Ste-Agathe des Monte, Wall:— Labour, $17,298.21; materials, $2,953.47 20,251 68 

St-Anicet, Stone wall:— Labour, $118.44; materials, $477.11 595 55 

Ste-Anne de Sorel, Filling wall: — Labour, $19,775.02; lumber, James Sheppard 

& Son. $1,933.92; steel and equipment, Marine Industries Ltd., $3,817.86; stone, 

etc., Lavallee, Lachapelle, Cournoyer, Ltee., $18,103.78; sundry materials, 

$1,545.31 45,175 89 

St-Didace, Wall:— Labour, $2,926.80: materials, $273.10 3,199 90 

Ste-Emelie de l'Energie, Wall:— Labour, $1,651.75; materials, $323.01 1,974 76 

St-Emile, Wall:— Labour, $2,168.75; materials. $953.45 3,122 20 

St-Francois de Sales, Wall:— Labour, $1,537.38; materials, $1,406.40 2,943 78 

St-Hilaire, Levelling:— Labour, $412.20 ; materials, $557.17 969 37 

St-Ignace de Loyola, Protection work: — Contract work, Onesime Boisvert, $2,700; 

inspection, $120.72 2,820 72 

St-Joseph de Sorel, Protection work: — Labour, $5,069.72; cement, etc., Lavallee, 

Lachapelle, Cournoyer, Ltee., $1,359.22; stone, Urbain Gauthier, $1,952.20; 

sundry materials, $1,514.16 9,895 30 

St-Leon de Standon, Wall:— La^bour, $1,534.80; lumber, J. A. Drouin, $1,535.97; 

materials, $153.50 3,224 27 

St-Michel des Saints, Wall:— Labour, $3,317.59; materials, $192.29 3,509 88 

St-Paulin, Ice-breaker:— Labour, $1,468.20; materials, $184.75 1,652 95 

Ste-Scholastique, Wall: --Labour, $1,638.43; materials, $146.61 1,785 04 

St-Yvon, Protection work: — Labour, $1,621.20; timber, Enoch Beaudoin, $2,111.48; 

sundry materials, $1,665 5,397 68 

Sorel, Concrete sheet piles: — Labour, $4,923.43; cement, etc., Lavallee, Lachapelle, 

Cournoyer, Ltee., $1,342.21; sundry materials, etc., $2.555.09 8,820 73 

Uptown, Wall:— Labour, $6,704.11; materials, etc., $949.05 7,653 16 



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CHIEF ENGINEER'S BRANCH- Cane. —DIVISION DE L'INGENIEUR EN CKEF-Fin 
Special-Con. — Special-Suite 

CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS, HARBOURS AND RIVERS-Conc. 
CONSTRUCTION, REPARATIONS ET AMELIORATIONS, PORTS ET RIVIERES-Fitt 

Vote — Credit 593 — Generally — Generality — Protection Works Generally 
-Cone. — Ouvrages de protection en general-Fin 

Quebec-Cone. 

Protection works under $500:— Moffette, $288.80; Moisie, $162.36; Montmagny 
Station, $27; Riviere Rouge, $207.50; Ste-Anne de la Perade, $421.40; St- 

Boniface, $321.69, StDenis, $10 1,438 75 

379,461 80 
Ontario: — 

Barriefield, Extension to wall:— Labour, $679.60; materials, $305.42 985 02 

Chatham, Renewal of sheet pile wall: — Contract work, Chatham Dredging & 
General Contracting Co. Ltd., $11,241.08; inspection, $402.76; sundries, $11.67.. 11,655 51 

Lakefield, Shore protection: — Labour, $2,692.55; materials, etc., $2,126.76 4,819 31 

Larder Lake, Wall:— Labour, $1,526.30; materials, $2,425.41 3,951 71 

Pembroke, Towards cost of piers in the Muskrat River : — Dr. H. J. Keith 500 00 

Peterborough, Rip-rap shore protection: — Labour, $6,174.60; materials, etc., 

$981.77 7,156 37 

Port Arthur, Revetment wall: — Labour, $288; contract work, Thunder Bay 

Harbour Improvements Ltd., $24,517.23; inspection, $366.72; sundries, $78 25,249 95 

Wallaceburg, Anchoring concrete wall: — Labour, $449.20; materials, etc., $286.94. 736 14 

55,05% 01 
Alberta: — Waterways, wing dam: — Labour, $6,951.13; lumber, Joe Giguere, 
$1,593.70; sundry materials, $2,567.51; rental of equipment, $351; freight, $845.79; 
survey, $97.40; sundries, $219.48 12,626 01 

British Columbia: — 

Courtenay River, Bank protection:— Labour, $142.40; materials, etc., $606.86 749 26 

Fraser River, North Arm, Contribution towards cost of protection work: — 

Corporation of the Township of Richmond 942 02 

Sea Island, Bank protection: — On account Department's share of contract work 

by Coast Quarries, Ltd., $2,941.04; inspection, $29.04; sundries, $84.74 3,054 82 

Skaha Lake, Cribwork:— Labour, $1,007.60; materials, etc., $1,442.16 2,449 76 

7,195 86 



$ 459,008 06 



LABOUR - ^TRAVAIL 

Vote — Credit 524 — Unforeseen Contingencies — Depenses imprevues — 

(P.C. 18, Jan. 6, 1939, and P.C. 134, Jan. 26, 1939 — C.P. 18, 6 janv. 1939 

et 134, 26 janv. 1939) 

Protection wall along River Desert, Maniwaki: — Labour, Jan.-Mar., $4,583.15; 

delivering stone, $2,381.75; hardware, $77.88; sundries, $119.05 7,161 83 

Protection work at St. Come:— Labour, $879.50; stone, $691.12; sundries, $12.35 1,582 97 

Removing obstructions, Chaudiere River, at St. Maxime: — Labour, $1,834.20; 

dynamite, etc., $239.68 2,073 88 



$ 10,818 68 



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MINES AND RESOURCES — MINES ET RESSOURCES 
Special-Cone. — Special-Fin 

Vote — Credit 530 — Transportation facilities into mining areas and to authorize 
subject to the approval of Governor in Council, the appointment of such 
extra temporary officers, clerks and employees as may be necessary to 
carry out the purpose of any of the items designated "Special" under this 
Department (P.C. 1276, June 6, 1938, P.C. 14-1957, Aug. 11, 1938, P.C. 16-2340, 
Sept. 21, 1938) — Pour pourvoir aux moyens de transport vers les regions 
minieres et autoriser, subordonnement a Tautorisation du Gouverneur en 
conseil, la nomination des fonctionnaires, commis et employes surnu- 
meraires requis aux fins de tout item sous la rubrique "special" de ce 
ministere (C.P. 1276, 14-1957, 16-2340 des 6 juin, 11 aout et 21 sept. 1938) 

New Projects: — 

Athabasca River, dredging: labour, $4,978.43; advertising, $93.40; coal, $436.48; 

freight and cartage, $1,626.48; rent of dredging plant, $2,800; sundry materials, 

$2,719.96; travelling expenses, $357.98 13,012 73 

Fort Fitzgerald, seaplane base: labour, $70.18; freight, $15.88; materials, $122.33. 208 39 

Fort Simpson, floating dock: labour, $30; freight, $92.47; materials, $74.36 196 83 

Fort Smith, construction of roads: labour. 84,251.94; freight and cartage, 

$1,145.94; timber, $2,634.91; sundry materials, $1,683.70 9,716 49 

Yellowknife, construction of seaplane base and road: labour, $2,736.67; materials, 

$710.79; sundries, $7.80 3,455 26 



$ 26,589 70 



Vote — Credit 534 — National Parks Bureau: Development of Tourist Highways 

(P.C. 1812 July 26, 1938) — Bureau des pares nationaux: Developpement 

des routes de tourisme (C.P. 1812, 26 juillet 1938) 

Berthier Islands: contract work, construction of bridges over Chenal du Nord, etc., 
A. Sicotte, on account, $78,070; drawings and specifications, H. A. Terreault, 

$4,316.04; advertising, $216.19; sundries, $52.26 82,654 49 

Berthier Islands, construction of highway: labour, $16,756.07; gasoline and oil, 
$2,217.84; rent of equipment, $16,288.17; sand, $4,193.54; suction filling for dredge, 
$1,471.68; timber, $5,424.91; sundry materials, $5,088.06; surveys, $3,605.49; 
travelling expenses, $403.63; trucking sand and gravel, $5,788.24; sundries, 

$1,387.36 62,624 99 

Chartierville-Sawyerville, road improvements: labour, $8,457.85; materials, $340.40. 8,798 25 

Cheneville — Lac Simon, road improvements 1,405 80 

Clay Lake, road improvements 498 07 

Lac Des Isles, road improvements 1,196 43 

Sancta Marie, road improvements 1,498 74 

Val Barrette, road improvements 649 95 



$ 159,326 72 



TRANSPORT - TRANSPORTS 

Vote — Credit 620 — To provide for assisting municipalities to improve existing 
airports or provide new airports (P.C. 1993 Aug. 17, 1938) — Contributions 
aux municipality pour Amelioration des aeroports existants ou pour 
l'etablissement de nouveaux aeroports (C.P. 1993, 17 aout 1938) 

Jelliooe, Ont., Removal of shoal, Blackwater Lake: — Dredging, Thunder Bay 
Harbour Improvements, . Ltd., $4,012.73; inspection, $321; advertising, $44.06; 
sundries, $45.92 $ 4,423 71 



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SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE, 1938-39 
SOMMAIRE DES DEPENSES, 1938-39 



Reference 
Voir 



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T T — 11 



U— 11 

U— 16 



U— 58 



U— 59 
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U— 65 
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U— 68 
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U— 68 
U— 69 

U— 69 

U— 69 
U— 70 



U— 72 
U— 72 



U— 72 

U— 76 



Vote 
Credit 



Statute 
274 



275 

276 



277 



278 
279 



280, 570 
Statute 

571 

281, 572 
282 

283, 573 

284, 574 

285, 575 

286, 576 

287, 577 

288, 578 
289 



290 
291 
292 



293 

294 

295 

296 
297 



579 
580 



Chief Architect's Branch 
Division de l'architecte en chef 



Branch Administration 

Ottawa, Maintenance and operation of Dominion 
Public Buildings and Grounds, including rents, 
repairs, furniture, heating, etc 

Maintenance and operation of Other Dominion Public 
Buildings and Grounds, including rents, repairs 
furniture, heating, etc 

Telephone Service at Ottawa 

Telephone Service other than at Ottawa 



Service 



Minister of Public Works — Salary and Motor Car 

Allowance 

Departmental Administration 



Construction, repairs and improvements of Public 

Buildings — 

Nova Scotia 

Exchequer Court Award (Wolfvilie, N.S.) — 

Public Building 

Prince Edward Island 

New Brunswick 

Maritime Provinces Generally 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Yukon Territory 



Generally — 

Dominion Immigration Buildings, repairs 
improvements, etc 

Dominion Quarantine Stations, maintenance 
and repairs 

Experimental Farms and Science Labor- 
atories, replacements, repairs and impro- 
vements to buildings 

Flags for Dominion Buildings _ 

Military Buildings, repairs, fittings and addi 
tions 

Veterans' Hospitals, repairs, improvements 
and alterations 

National Monument on Connaught Place. 

Statue of the late Sir Arthur Doughty to be 
erected in front of the Dominion Archives 
Building 

Public Buildings Generally, repairs, alter- 
ations, fittings and improvements. . . 

Tractors for postal purposes 



Chief Engineer's Branch 
Division de l'ingenieur en chef 



Branch Administration 

Engineering, including salaries of engineers, clerks, etc 



Expenditure 
Depenses 



$ 12,000 00 
180,181 28 



201,984 61 
2,559,143 91 



3,321,958 66 

94,584 84 

8,359 13 



117,601 07 

3,106 58 
6,480 29 
107,550 52 
49,218 88 
757,827 96 
282,871 94 
118,092 80 

156. 164 03 
87,366 67 

311.165 20 
11,665 11 



35,198 87 
12,876 83 



99,531 30 
2,499 46 

11,612 80 

78,660 09 
134,323 55 



1,008 15 

197,990 98 
12,169 56 



195,301 76 
499,142 62 



192,181 28 



6,186,031 15 



4,594,982 64 



694,444 38 



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SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE, 1938-39-Con. 
SOMMAIRE DES DISPENSES, 1938-39-Sut*e 




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U— 84 
U-85 



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U— 88 
U— 89 
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U— 94 
U— 94 

U— 96 
U— 96 
U— 97 



U— 97 



U— 98 



U— 100 
U— 100 
U— 102 
U— 104 
U— 104 



U— 105 
U— 105 
U— 105 
U— 105 



300 
301 
302 
303 
304 



305 
306 
307 
308 
309 
310 



311 
312 
313 
314 



594 
Statute 



315 
316 
317 
318 
319 
310 
321 



322 
323 
324 



325 
326 



327 
328 
329 
330 
331 



332 
333 
334 
335 



Chief Engineer's Branch — Cone 
Division de l'ingenieur en chef — Fin 



Dredging — 

General superintendence 

Maritime Provinces 

Ontario and Quebec 

Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. 
British Columbia 



Maintenance and operation of Graving Docks, Lock; 
and Dams, etc. — 

Champlain Graving Dock 

Esquimalt Graving Dock 

Lome Graving Dock 

Selkirk, repair slip 

Maintenance and operation of locks and dams. . . . 
Maintenance and operation of snag boats 



Maintenance and operation of Roads and Bridges- 
Burlington Channel Bridge 

Kingston, LaSalie Causeway 

Ottawa, Bridges and approaches 

Generally 



Roads and Bridges — Kingston, LaSalie Causeway, 

Improvements 

Dry Dock Subsidies 

Construction, Repairs and Improvements, Harbours 
and Rivers — 

Nova Scotia 

Prince Edward Island 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan, Alberta and Northwest Terri- 
tories 

British Columbia 

Yukon 

Generally 



11,437 56 
336,425 45 
300,317 35 

94,674 10 
180,966 84 



Telegraph Branch 
Division du telegraphe 



Branch Administration 

Telegraph and Telephone Services, Operation and 
Maintenance — 

Land and Cable Telegraph Lines, Lower St. 
Lawrence and Maritime Provinces, including 
working expenses of vessels for cable work. . 

Alberta and Saskatchewan 

Division Superintendent's Office, Vancouver. . . . 

British Columbia, Northern and Yukon Districts 

British Columbia, Vancouver Island District. . . 

Telegraph and Telephone Services, Generally. . . 



Reconstruction, Repairs and Improvements — 

Maritime Provinces 

Saskatchewan and Alberta 

British Columbia, Northern and Yukon Districts 
British Columbia, Vancouver Island District. . . . 



45,913 22 
80,948 21 
35,356 24 
3,604 55 
40,932 37 
37,398 37 



15,746 94 
8,382 15 
17, 149 79 
18,370 55 



280,787 45 

65,690 49 

96,998 84 

268,028 68 

286,533 41 

31,469 69 

13,095 86 

136,489 02 

4,927 08 

46,281 22 



132,812 64 
89,794 47 
11,246 20 

134,897 52 

91,707 90 

5,269 70 



7,995 41 
15,293 72 
16,987 66 

8,993 43 



$ 923,821 30 



244,152 96 



59,649 43 



6,915 00 
541,970 88 



1,230,301 74 



24,387 79 



465,728 43 



49,270 22 



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PUBLIC WORKS — TRAVAUX PUBLICS 



SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE, 1938-39-Con. 
SOMMAIRE DES DEPENSES, 1938-39-Smfe 



Reference 
Voir 



Vote 
Credit 



Service 



Expenditure 
Depenses 



U— 105 
U— 106 
U— 106 



U— 107 
U— 108 



U— 109 
U— 109 

U— 110 
U— 110 



597 
598 



333 
600 



601 
75 

Statute 
502 



U— 112 


581 


U— 112 


582 


U— 114 


583 


U— 117 


584 


U— 120 


585 


U— 120 


586 


U— 120 


587 


U— 120 


588 


U— 121 


589 


U— 121 


590 


U— 125 


591 


U— 126 


592 


U— 128 


593 



Telegraph Branch — Cone. 
Division du teleg raphe — Fin 

Construction, Repairs and Improvements — Telegraph 
and Telephone Services — 

Nova Scotia 

Saskatchewan and Alberta 

British Columbia 



Generally — Generalities 

National Gallery of Canada 

To authorize, subject to approval of the Governor in 
Council, appointment of such extra temporary 
officers, clerks and employees as may be necessary 
to carry out the purpose of any item in these Sup- 
plementary Estimates, payment therefore to be 
made from the particular item with respect to 
which such extra assistance is required or from 
this item 

To provide for balance required to complete any pro- 
jects already undertaken, no new works to be un- 
dertaken 

Unforeseen Expenses 



Superannuation and Retirement Benefits 
Pensions et allocations de retraite 

Gratuities to families of deceased employees 



5,075 90 
8,391 05 
10,021 36 



115,000 00 



78,796 22 



42,002 95 
120 00 



Agriculture 

New Buildings for Science Services (Belleville Ento 
mological Laboratory) 



Ordinary Expenditure. 



Chief Engineer's Branch 
Division de l'ingenieur en chef 

Special — Special 

Construction, Repairs and Improvements Harbours 

and Rivers — 

Nova Scotia 

Prince Edward Island 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

Northwest Territories 

British Columbia 

Generally — 

Improvements, maintenance of services, re- 
pairs and additions _ 

Surveys and Inspections in connection with 
above mentioned works 

Protection works generally 



23,488 31 



235,919 17 



5,249 32 



5,701 56 



15,484,195 56 



668,915 13 

165,044 

441,148 58 

1,885,772 04 

1,356,785 84 

34,821 44 

21,424 20 

32,379 40 

2,242 11 

262,956 73 



411,069 28 

23,685 15 
459,008 06 



5,765,252 64 



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SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE, 1938-39-Conc. 
SOMMAIRE DES DEPENSES, 1938-39-Fm 



Reference 
Voir 


Vote 
Credit 


Service 


Expenditure 
Depenses 






Labour — Travail 










Special — Special 






U— 128 


524 


Unforeseen Contingencies 




$ 10,818 68 






Mines and Resources 
Mines et resources 










Special — Special 






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530 
534 


To assist in provision of transportation facilities into 
mining areas and to authorize subject to the ap- 
proval of the Governor in Council, the appoint- 
ment of such extra temporary officers, clerks and 
employees as may be necessary to carry out the 
purpose of any of the items designated "Special" 
under this Department 


$ 26,589 70 
159,326 72 




U— 129 


Development of Tourist Highways 






Transport — Transports 


185,916 42 










Special — Spicial 






U— 129 


620 


To provide for assisting municipalities to improve 




4,423 71 




Special Expenditure. . . 








5,966,411 45 




Total 








21,450,607 01 

















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